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Powers of Arbitral Tribunal

Powers of Arbitral Tribunal are as Follow:

  • For determine whether it has jurisdiction to entertain a dispute and
  • For provide interim remedies that by the request of either parties and
  • For require either parties to provide security and
  • For determine the admissibility of evidence and
  • For appoint experts on specific issues of the dispute etc.
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