Self-determination in harmony with AllM
Kininigen Free Arbitration Court
in collaboration with Amagi
Arbitration court for Respect for inalienable rights of the living being of reason.
The association Amagi - Self-Determination in Harmony with Everything in cooperation with the Free Arbitration Court Kininigen makes it possible to turn to a free and independent institution specialized in the protection of the inalienable rights of the Living Reason.
On the day 1874819 the opening and convening of the Free Arbitration Court Kininigen - For the preservation of inalienable rights of the living rational being to divorce jurisdiction, according to the New York Convention adopted by the Sovereigns of Ama-gi koru-E Kiningen Trust.
The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court - For the preservation of inalienable rights of the living rational being, decides at all times according to the principle: "Let the lower be judged by the highest, but not the highest by the lower." Thus, we are at all times subject to the highest moral, character and ethical values and principles, always seeking to dispense and arbitrate justice impartially, justly and justly.
Judgment is not based on conjecture, but on fact, in order to facilitate fair arbitration and to avoid possible overreaching by jurists and to ensure free and independent jurisdiction without influence or entanglement to other, opposing interests. In order to exclude arbitrariness, vigilante justice or abuse in the administration of justice, we adhere exclusively to the very highest moral and ethical values and principles. The basis for this are the inalienable rights of every living and rational - spiritually moral being [popularly called man].
Who can file a lawsuit before the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court?
Every free and living, spiritually moral being of reason, which perceives itself as a [human] being and its due, inalienable rights violated, may file a lawsuit before the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court. This court is responsible for the preservation of the inalienable rights of living free reason beings, human rights.
Constitutive Regulations Free Arbitration Court Kininigen
§ 1 Scope of application
1.1) The free arbitration court Kininigen - For the preservation of inalienable rights of the living rational being, decides on the basis of this constitutive regulative under exclusion of the ordinary legal process about disputes of every kind, in particular about such, between spiritual moral beings, which lead a person.
1.2) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall have jurisdiction if the parties have entered into this agreement by implication and one of these parties actively requests such arbitration.
If the arbitration agreement impliedly accepted by a contract contains the clause DVOs kininigen.space, the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall be deemed to have been agreed, provided that the declared intention of one of the parties is expressed to that effect.
1.3) Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, these constitutive rules of the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall apply in the version in force at the time of commencement of the arbitral proceedings.
§ 2 Appointment of Arbitrators and of the Chairman or Sole Arbitrator
The tribunal shall consist of three arbitrators, unless the parties have agreed that the tribunal shall consist of a sole arbitrator. For amounts in dispute below the value of 10 ounces of gold, a sole arbitrator may decide, unless the parties have agreed that the arbitral tribunal shall consist of three arbitrators.
§ 3 Confidentiality
The arbitrators, the parties and the persons involved in the arbitral proceedings shall maintain confidentiality vis-à-vis all persons at all stages of the proceedings, in particular with regard to the parties involved, witnesses, experts or other evidence. Individuals called in by the parties to the proceedings shall be bound to secrecy. Oral hearings are not public.
§ 4 Acceptance of the office of arbitrator and constitution of the arbitral tribunal
4.1) Every appointed arbitrator shall at all times be bound by the highest moral, character and ethical values and principles of truth, honour and dignity and shall comply with the requirements of impartiality, independence and impartiality. He shall disclose any circumstances that might cast doubt on these standards.
4.3) If the statement of an arbitrator reveals a circumstance that could raise doubts as to his impartiality or independence or as to the fulfilment of the conditions agreed between the parties, the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall give the parties the opportunity to comment within a reasonable period of time.
4.4) An arbitrator shall also be obliged during the arbitral proceedings to disclose immediately to the parties and to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court any circumstances that might raise doubts as to his impartiality or independence.
4.5) As soon as the Free Court of Arbitration Kininigen has received the declarations of acceptance of all arbitrators, the Court of Arbitration shall be constituted. Amagi shall inform the parties of the constitution.
§ 5 Rejection of an arbitrator
An arbitrator may be challenged only if there is demonstrable and verifiable doubt as to his impartiality, independence or impartiality and the highest values of character and morality and ethics as defined at Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen Trust.
§ 6 Prevention of an Arbitrator
If an arbitrator is inactive or unable to perform his duties for reasons for which he does not resign or if the parties do not agree on the termination of his office, either party may apply to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court for a decision on the termination of the arbitrator's office. If the arbitrator's office ends, a substitute arbitrator shall be appointed.
§ 7 Initiation and commencement of the proceedings
7.1) Unless the claimant initiates the arbitration proceedings by filing the claim pursuant to § 8, the proceedings shall commence upon receipt by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court of the request of one of the parties for constitution of the arbitral tribunal by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
7.2) The application referred to in paragraph 1 shall contain the following information:
the names of the parties and their addresses for service;
the request for appointment of an arbitrator (be it the sole arbitrator, the presiding arbitrator or the arbitrator for the respondent);
the designation of the subject-matter of the dispute;
a reference to the arbitration agreement, a copy of which must be attached to the application.
§ 8 Submission of the claim to the arbitral tribunal
8.1) The claimant shall file the claim with the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court. It must contain:
the names of the parties,
the indication of the arbitration agreement,
Statement of the facts and statement of the evidence on which the claims are based,
Information on the amount in dispute,
Possible appointment of the arbitrators or the sole arbitrator, if already appointed by the parties.
A copy of the arbitration agreement shall be attached.
8.2) The arbitration proceedings shall commence, unless they have already commenced in accordance with § 7, upon receipt of the claim by the free arbitration court Amagi.
§ 9 Number of pleadings and annexes, address of the arbitral tribunal
9.1) The application, together with all pleadings and annexes, must be sent to the Amagi Free Arbitration Tribunal at the following address:
Kininigen Free Arbitration Court
P.O. Box 100111 to 75101 Pforzheim
These must be submitted in sufficient number of copies to provide one copy each to each arbitrator, to each party and to the arbitral tribunal.
§ 10 Transmission of the claim and other documents
10.1) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall immediately send the claim to the respondent(s) and to the arbitrators as soon as the advance payment referred to in Section 11 has been received. At the same time, Amagi or the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall directly request the respondent(s) to respond, setting a time limit.
10.2) The application and pleadings containing substantive submissions, a statement of the merits or a withdrawal of the application, as well as requests to attend oral hearings and to take evidence, shall be sent by registered letter with advice of delivery or by courier service, fax or any other means of transmission which guarantees proof of receipt. All other pleadings may also be sent by any other means of transmission. All documents and information sent to the arbitral tribunal shall be transmitted by the Free Court of Arbitration Kininigen to the other party.
10.3) If a party has appointed a legal representative, the documents should be sent to this representative.
10.4) If the whereabouts of a party are unknown, written communications shall be deemed to have been received on the date on which they could have been received at the last known address if duly transmitted by registered letter against acknowledgement of receipt or by courier service or other means of transmission, provided that such means of transmission ensures proof of receipt.
§ 11 Advances on costs
11.1) At the time of filing the claim, the claimant shall pay to the Free Arbitration Court of Kininigen an advance in the amount of the expected costs of the proceedings according to the scale of fees (§ 22) valid on the day of receipt of the claim by the Free Arbitration Court of Kininigen.
11.2) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall send the claimant an invoice for the advance payment and set a time limit for payment, if this has not already been made. If payment is not made within the time limit, which may be reasonably extended, the proceedings shall be terminated without prejudice to the claimant's right to resubmit his claim.
11.3) If in the course of the proceedings further costs and expenses are incurred or are to be expected, the arbitral tribunal may make the continuation conditional upon the payment of corresponding further advances. It shall request half of the advances from the claimant and half from the respondent. Para. 2 shall apply accordingly.
§ 12 Counterclaim
A counterclaim shall be filed with the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court in accordance with the above requirements. The admissibility will then be decided by the arbitration court.
§ 13 Language of proceedings at the arbitral tribunal
The language of the proceedings shall be German, unless the parties have agreed on another language of the proceedings.
§ 14 Applicable law
The arbitral tribunal shall resolve the dispute in accordance with the laws of universally recognized human rights and private international law, provided that they do not conflict in their claim to the highest values to be lived in accordance with the inalienable rights as defined by Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen Trust.
§ 15 Applicable procedural law
The arbitral tribunal shall determine its procedure at its own discretion on the basis of the provisions of this constitutive regulation, the law and the specifications of Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen. The provisions of the German Code of Civil Procedure on arbitral proceedings are excluded.
§ 16 interim relief
Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, the arbitral tribunal may, at the request of a party, order such provisional or protective measures as it deems necessary in relation to the subject matter of the dispute. The arbitral tribunal may require reasonable security from any party in connection with any such measure.
§ 17 venue
The place of arbitration shall be the Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen Level to Austria, outside the maritime and commercial law and ecclesiastical and Vatican law, outside the jurisdiction of states and countries and monarchies and any rule based on oppression and deception.
§ 18 Default
18.1) If the respondent fails to answer the claim within the time limit set, the arbitral tribunal shall have the power to continue the proceedings without treating the failure as an admission of the claimant's allegations.
18.2) If a party fails to appear at a hearing despite having been duly notified to attend, or fails to submit a document in evidence within a set time limit, the arbitral tribunal may continue the proceedings and make the award on the basis of the evidence available.
§ 19 Oral proceedings, minutes
19.1) As a rule, the arbitral tribunal shall decide on the basis of an oral hearing, unless the parties have agreed on a different procedure.
19.2) Minutes shall be taken of each oral hearing. It shall be signed by the chairman. The parties shall receive copies of the minutes.
§ 20 Comparison
20.1) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall in every stage of the proceedings strive for an amicable settlement of the dispute or of individual issues in dispute.
20.2) If the dispute is settled by compromise, the fees may be reduced by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
20.3) At the request of the parties, the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall record the settlement in the form of an arbitral award with agreed wording, provided that the content of the settlement is not contrary to public policy.
20.4) An award with agreed wording shall be made in accordance with section 21 and shall state that the award is a final award.
§ 21 Arbitration award
21.1) Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, in proceedings with more than one arbitrator, any decision shall be taken by majority vote.
21.2) The award shall be made in writing and signed by the sole arbitrator or arbitrators. In arbitral proceedings with more than one arbitrator, the signature of the majority of all members of the arbitral tribunal shall suffice, provided that the reason for any lack of signature is stated.
21.3) The award shall state the reasons on which it is based, unless otherwise agreed by the parties or unless it is an award on agreed terms.
21.4) The arbitral tribunal shall prepare a sufficient number of originals of the award. One copy shall remain with the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
21.5) Amagi shall send an original of the award to each of the parties.
21.6) The transmission can be omitted until the costs of the arbitration proceedings to the fFeie Arbitration Court Kininigen have been paid in full.
21.7) The arbitral award has the effects of a final court judgment among the parties and is therefore legally binding. The arbitral award therefore corresponds to the judgment of the last instance in state court proceedings (final judgment) - unlike in state courts, there is no appeal procedure.
§ 22 Fees of the Arbitration Proceedings and of the Administration Arbitral Tribunal
22.1) The arbitration fee shall be based on the amount in dispute, which shall be determined by the arbitral tribunal at its discretion. It shall be levied by the free arbitral tribunal Amagi. If the amount in dispute is not stated in the claim or counterclaim, the arbitral tribunal shall fix it at its discretion.
22.2) It is raised:
Up to an amount in dispute of € 10,000: € 1,000 lump sum. 5 % in addition to the lump sum for amounts above this.
For the next € 5.000,- above this, additionally10 % of this step amount
For the next € 10.000,- additionally 9 % of this step amount
For the next € 15.000,- additionally 8 % of this step amount
For the next € 25.000,- additionally 7 % of this step amount
For the next € 35.000,- additionally 6 % of this step amount
For the next € 200.000,- additionally 5 % of this step amount
For the next € 700.000,- additionally 4 % of this step amount
For the next € 1.000.000,- additionally 2 % of this step amount
For amounts in dispute exceeding € 2,000,000, an additional fee of 0.5 % of the amount exceeding € 2,000,000 shall be charged.
22.3) If the settlement of the dispute requires more time and effort than the average, in particular an extensive taking of evidence, the arbitral tribunal may double the fee for amounts in dispute up to € 65,000 and increase the fee for amounts in dispute exceeding € 65,000 up to % 50.
22.4) If the parties have agreed on a decision by a sole arbitrator, the fee shall be reduced by one third.
22.5) In the case of an arbitral tribunal consisting of three arbitrators, each of the sitting arbitrators shall receive 25 % of the arbitration fee. If the arbitral tribunal consists of a sole arbitrator, he shall receive 70 % of the fee. The balance of the fee shall remain at Amagi. The payment of the fee shares to the arbitrators shall be made after the conclusion of the proceedings. If more than one hearing is required, 75 % of the fee shares may be paid after the first hearing.
22.6) Amagi, the parties shall be jointly and severally liable for the arbitration fee and for the lump sum costs, without prejudice to any right of the parties to claim reimbursement from each other.
§ 23 Fees in case of withdrawal of the claim at the arbitral tribunal and early settlement
23.1) If the application is withdrawn, the arbitral tribunal may reduce the fee. If the application is withdrawn before a statement of defence has been filed, the fee shall be reduced to one quarter.
23.2) In other cases of early settlement of the proceedings, the arbitral tribunal may reduce the fee in accordance with the state of the proceedings on an equitable basis.
§ 24 Decision on costs
25.1) Unless the parties have agreed otherwise, the arbitral tribunal shall decide in an arbitral award on the proportion of the costs of the arbitral proceedings to be borne by the parties, including the costs incurred by the parties and necessary for the purpose of pursuing the legal action. In doing so, the arbitral tribunal shall decide at its due discretion, taking into account the circumstances of the individual case, in particular the outcome of the proceedings.
25.2) Insofar as the costs of the arbitral proceedings have been determined, the arbitral tribunal shall also decide on the amount to be borne by the parties. If the costs have not been determined or can only be determined after the arbitral proceedings have ended, this shall be decided in a separate award.
§ 25 Loss of the right to complain, exclusion of liability
25.1) If a provision of this constitutive rule or another agreed requirement of the arbitral procedure has not been complied with, a party who fails to give immediate notice of the defect may not subsequently invoke it. This does not apply if the party was not aware of the defect.
25.2) Any liability of the arbitrators, the Chamber of Commerce as well as its organs and employees in connection with proceedings under these Rules is excluded except for intent and gross negligence.
§ Section 26 Publication of the Award
26.1) Amagi and the Kininigen Free Arbitral Tribunal may publish the award if both parties agree. In no case may the publication contain the names of the parties, counsel or arbitrators, or any other information that might enable the parties to be identified.
26.2) Amagi and the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall be permitted to publish information on arbitration proceedings in a compilation of statistical data, provided that the information excludes identification of the parties involved.