Sometimes, it makes sense to include an arbitration provision inside another legal document, such as a purchase agreement or a loan agreement. In these situations, the parties are agreeing that future disputes will be decided through binding arbitration. Employment contracts may also be structured to include arbitration provisions.
In other situations, including situations in which a dispute has already been raised, it may be preferable to sign a separate arbitration agreement.
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