Welcome to the Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa) NPC’s (“the Association”) Trust Hub. Trust and transparency are the foundation of the mutually beneficial relationships we strive to build and cultivate with our members, customers and collaborators. In order to cultivate these relationships, we endeavour to keep our policies on important issues clear and transparent to ensure a common understanding.
The Association recognises that one of its fundamental responsibilities is to ensure that the Association protects the Personal Information entrusted to it by its Data Subjects (customers). This is critical for the maintenance of the Association’s reputation and for complying with its legal and regulatory obligations to protect the Association’s Data Subjects’ information. The Association also follows a transparent policy regarding the management of the Personal Information of its Data Subjects.
The Association’s Relationship with You
The following legal notices describe the relationship between the Association and you, and their application. They have been drafted with care and relate specifically to the services provided by the Association:
Together with the relevant application/enrolment/registration form, engagement letter, invoice, proposal, quotation, and/or estimate, the legal notices (as listed above) constitute the written agreement or contract between the Association and you. They apply to any instruction you give to the Association as a customer and to the services the Association provides to you. You agree to the Association’s terms when you accept the Association’s application/enrolment/registration forms, engagement letters, invoices, proposals, quotations, and/or estimates.
The Association may add to or change these legal notices in an application/enrolment/registration form, engagement letter, invoice, a proposal, quotation, and/or estimate, even if it does not specifically mention these legal notices. Any change/s must be in writing and signed by an authorised representative of the Association or be posted on the Association’s website to be effective. You accept the latest version of these legal notices by instructing us or accepting services from the Association.
Privacy and Data Protection