Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)
Tribunal arbitral du sport (TAS)
Tribunal Arbitral del Deporte (TAD)
Founded Mar 1983, by A-XA2303 - International Olympic Committee (IOC), the members of CAS being completely independent from IOC in the exercise of their duties. Statute entered into force and Regulation adopted 30 Jun 1984. Statute amended 20 Sep 1990. Recognized as an independent arbitration institution, 15 Mar 1993, by Swiss Federal Tribunal. Code of sports-related arbitration adopted 22 Nov 1994. Previously also referred to in Spanish as Tribunal de Arbitraje Deportivo.
Enable sports organizations, athletes and their partners to settle disputes of a private nature arising out of the practice or development of sport, and, in a general way, all activities pertaining to sport, without intervention by ordinary courts.
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President, elected by E-XK0381 - International Council of Arbitration for Sport (ICAS). ICAS ensures total autonomy of the Court, independent from IOC. The Court comprises 2 Divisions: Ordinary Arbitration Division; Appeals Arbitration Division. It is assisted by a Court Office, managed by Secretary General under the authority of the President.
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