For both parties, the arbitration agreement must be a written agreement for the purposes of the Arbitration Act. Otherwise, appeals must be sued in court, not in arbitrations. In this context, “Confers” means that one of the purposes of the transaction (and not one of its side effects) should benefit the third party: Dolphin Maritime/Sveriges Angartygs (2009). Despite the guarantees that tend to be the preferred option, the rights of third parties are becoming more and more popular, as they can be included in construction contracts, subcontracting, etc. through simple communication; avoid the need for detailed endorsements. The administrative exercise of the organization of guarantees can be considerable and can sometimes cost more money and time than its actual value. If the third party takes legal action and the undertaking subsequently does so, the undertaking cannot claim damages. The reason for this is that the Commission considered that the undertaking would no longer be interested in litigation if the third party sought damages for the infringement.  It does not take into account situations in which the undertaking has suffered personal injury as a result of the offence.  If the undertaking first introduces legal action, the third party is prohibited from doing so, except in the event of a failure of the action of the promise and, in this case, the third party is free to make its own claim.  In a contract between A (Promisor) and B (Promise), A agrees to pay 1,000 $US to C (third parties).
 However, these exceptions have not been removed or removed, so courts can accept cases on the basis of the old common law and 1999 law exceptions.  The Act expressly allows the parties to exclude the provisions of the treaty legislation, so that they have an outcome if they wish.  The existence of the right to enforce the contract does not make the third party a contracting party. The third party has only the right to take legal action against the contract, to seek damages or an injunction as if he were a contracting party. Part 1 of the Act provides for the old common law rule that a third party cannot apply the terms of the contract established by Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd/Selfridge – Co Ltd. as well as the rule that a third party cannot act against the Tweddle/Atkinson inseperator.  It allows a third party to impose contractual conditions in one of the two cases: first, where the third party is expressly designated in the contract as the person entitled to do so and, second, where the contract purports to grant it an advantage.   At the same time, the protection of the promisor from dual liability exists.