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arbitrator

[är′bətrā′tər]
Etymology: L, arbiter, umpire
an impartial person appointed to resolve a dispute between parties. The arbitrator listens to the evidence presented by the parties in an informal hearing and attempts to arrive at a resolution acceptable to both parties. arbitration, n.
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According to the decision of Arbitral Tribunal, the supervisor gained very broad unilateral executive authority: The Supervisor will have authority to promulgate binding regulations and orders in aid of the implementation program and local democratization.
Article 209 provides that the court may refer the dispute back to the arbitral tribunal or decide the outcome of the appeal itself, if it has jurisdiction.
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The Arbitral Tribunal upheld Etisalat's claims that the Memorandum of Agreement ("MOA") entered into by Etisalat and Planor in September 2007 to settle their dispute regarding Telecel Faso was valid, binding and enforceable and that Planor had breached the MOA.
For example, most arbitrations commence with the arbitral tribunal issuing a procedural order.
A joint statement said: "The Premier League and the FA are to institute a joint inquiry into the views expressed by the independent arbitral tribunal chaired by Lord Griffiths in September 2008, which dealt with a compensation claim by Sheffield United against West Ham brought under FA rules.
Laval, Canada) announced that an arbitral tribunal (the "Tribunal") of the International Chamber of Commerce Court of Arbitration (the "ICC") has issued its Final Award ("Award") in the arbitration dispute involving Neurochem Inc.
A: The costs of arbitration proceedings involve fees and travel expenses of the arbitrators, fees and expenses of experts appointed by the arbitral tribunal, legal fees of the parties' counsels and of their own experts, if any.
sought to have the subpoenas quashed, claiming that the district court could not enforce the statute without a ruling from either arbitral tribunal.
At the same time, Pomini is contesting Farrel's efforts to enforce the arbitration decision based on Farrel's failure to abide by its terms, Farrel's misrepresentations regarding the decision and the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal.