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16. 12. 2015

LEGAL HELP

FIVB procedure for Financial Disputes STEP 3: Where to send your Complaint?

Source: fivb.org

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Before sending your Complaint, you’ll have to find out who is competent to decide on the Complaint. FIVB has established the following regulation. Prepare all documentation together with signed Complaint and email or fax to:

 

CEV if both parties come from Europe

- email: transfers@CEV.lu

- fax: +352 25 46 46 10

NORCECA if both parties come from North - Central Americas and Caribbean

⁃ no email, sorry:))

⁃ fax: +1 809 227 32 42

FIVB about all other cases

⁃ email: transfers@FIVB.org

⁃ fax: +41 21 345 35 45

 

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