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Friday, 01 December 2017 - 11:51
PCB seeks $ 70mn as compensation from BCCI
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The PCB's efforts to either play against India or at least be compensated for series that have been cancelled has reached a potentially decisive phase after the board officially sent a notice of dispute to the ICC.

In short, that triggers the start of a process whereby an independent ICC committee will sit on Pakistan's claims that the BCCI has failed to fulfill an agreement signed in 2014 to play bilateral series.

The PCB claims losses of up to $70 million from the failure of the BCCI to play two series, in November 2014 and December 2015, which were the results of an agreement the boards signed in April three years ago.

Sending the notice of dispute to the ICC is the final step in a thorough process of resolving such conflicts. It is only possible once both sides have exhausted other means, including conducting good faith negotiations.

The PCB initiated proceedings in May this year when it sent a dispute notice to the BCCI.

(Cricinfo)

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