Answer ... According to the Arbitration Act, only property disputes are arbitrable, except for disputes arising from consumer contracts, disputes relating to enforcement of a decision and disputes that arise from bankruptcy.
In addition, an arbitration agreement may be validly concluded only if the dispute between the parties can be resolved by concluding a judicial settlement.
Disputes relating to personal status, marital status, family law matters and administrative matters are not arbitrable.
Answer ... No – the seat of arbitration is increasingly specified in the arbitration agreement.
If the seat is not determined by the parties, the proceedings shall take place at a location determined by the arbitrators, having regard to the lawful interests of the parties.