Appointment of arbitrators, Business Law and Ethics

Appointment of Arbitrators

However under sec 12(1) the parties are free just for agree on the procedure of appointing arbitrators.

Therefore under sec 31(1) the parties are free for determine and search the number of arbitrators

Arbitrators may be appointed through as;

(a) The parties to the dispute and

(b) A third party or body appointed through the parties and

(c) High Court upon application in the giving circumstances as where

  1. As the parties fail to agree as to that who to appoint as the arbitrator
  2. As either party has failed to appoint its arbitrator with thirty days of a request of a receipt through the other party to do so. And
  3. Whereas the two arbitrators appointed fail to appoint a third

Once appointed an arbitrator must enter upon its duties with reasonable dispatch.  Whether as he may be removed from the office; for like

  1. Inability to perform
  2. Or for failure to act without undue delay

Conversely the arbitrator is free to withdraw from office.

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