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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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Whereas the functions and powers of HREOC emanated from a Commonwealth Act, the functions and powers of an arbitral tribunal emanate from a combination of the arbitration agreement and the applicable arbitration law.
The arbitral tribunal considered that the part of Enea's case which was denied constituted the major part of the arbitration.
England's 1996 Arbitration Act and Singapore's 2012 International Arbitration Act are two examples of national laws which expressly authorize an arbitral tribunal to make an order for security for costs.
In its May 27 and July 26 rulings, the Arbitral Tribunal fully denied the request for an order to cease all action by the CBC with regard to the branch's liquidation.
Once the Arbitral Tribunal has been constituted, a person should not accept representation of a Party in the arbitration when a relationship exists between the person and an Arbitrator that would create a conflict of interest, unless none of the Parties objects after proper disclosure.
Nonetheless, there are experienced practitioners who believe the only explanation for certain awards is that the arbitral tribunal wanted to give something to each side.
The Position Paper states that the essence of the subject-matter of the arbitration is the territorial sovereignty over several maritime features in the South China Sea which is beyond the scope of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and the jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal.
8 of the QICCA Rules requires the arbitral tribunal to do its best to issue an award within six months, if no adjustment to the timetable is made.
The arbitral tribunal may permit further disclosure of
Zhang said Manila had not consulted Beijing before it made the move to bring the issue before the Arbitral Tribunal.
an arbitral tribunal or supervising domestic court) provide clarification on the meaning and application of those rules, hence interpretative determinacy, can potentially make up for textual indeterminacy.
7) Tidewater v Venezuela (ICSID Arbitral Tribunal, Case No ARB/10/5, 8 February 2013) [152].