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Arbitration Clauses: What Should They Say and How Do I Use It?

Feb 25, 2010 | Article 

Written by Wolfgang Kaufmann and Gasper Galati
(ICSC Canadian Shopping Centre Law Conference 2010)

The Arbitration Process 

Arbitration is a legal procedure for resolving disputes using one to three neutral, private persons called "arbitrators". The arbitrator is a decision-maker appointed by or on behalf of the parties to decide the issues in dispute by applying rules of law and equity, unless the parties have agreed that some other rules or format will apply. 

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