Disputes Resolution Code
THE DISPUTES RESOLUTION CODE WAS ADOPTED BY GAA CONGRESS 2005. IT HAS SUBSEQUENTLY BEEN AMENDED BY THE SECRETARY AND THESE AMENDMENTS HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY CENTRAL COUNCIL. THE UPDATED AMENDED CODE IS AVAILABLE HERE AS APPENDIX 6 (PAGES 186-207) TO PART 1 of the GAA OFFICIAL GUIDE 2015.Read THE CODE
The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) adopted an Arbitration Rule and a Disputes Resolution Code. It also established the Disputes Resolution Authority (DRA) to implement the Code.
The DRA is independent of the GAA and maintains a panel of Arbitrators from which it establishes Arbitration Tribunals to deal with disputes referred to it.
Comprises Solicitors, Barristers, Arbitrators and persons 'who, by virtue of their experience and expertise in the affairs of the Association, are properly qualified to resolve disputes relating to the Rules of the Association'.