Summary: 1. background.-2. Definition.-3. Materials that may be submitted to arbitration.-4. Arbitration is an alternative mechanism for resolution of conflicts.-5. Legal nature.-6. Kinds of arbitration-7.
Arbitration agreement.-8. Notarial notarisation.-9. Value of the arbitration.-10. Statutory arbitration.-11. Probate arbitration.-1. BACKGROUND the main antecedents of arbitration in Peruvian positive law are as follows: the arbitration was regulated in the code of civil prosecutions of 1852, then by the code of civil procedure of 1912 Article 548 to the 582 regulating it as arbitration proceeding putting on record that this code in its article 1346 repealed the 1852 civil prosecutions code. Established in Article 548 of the abrogated code of civil procedures in 1912 that any dispute, whether or not matter of a trial, be subject to the decision of one or more arbitrators.
The number of these is always odd. The following article of the code established that they cannot (((submit to arbitration the following issues: 1) which relate to the status and capacity of persons, 2) relating to goods from the State, municipalities and other institutions of official character, 3) those in which they are interested, morals and good customs. In the original text of the Peruvian Civil Code of 1984 are regulated separately the arbitration clause of article 1906 to 1908 and the Arbitral commitment to article 1909 to 1922.