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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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If the Hawaii law mandates that an appraiser, serving only as an arbitrator where valuations are provided to the arbitrators by other appraisers, must comply with USPAP in the exercise of that function, then there is, in my view, a problem with the law.
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If approved, the bill would also open the door to foreign arbitrators to open offices for that purpose.
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The CAS' Rules of Procedure were published in January 2008 together with a list of the first 40 arbitrators.