Technique of reference to arbitration, Business Law and Ethics

Technique of Reference to Arbitration

Whereas a dispute may be referred to arbitration through like as;

  • The parties in accordance by the agreement and
  • The court whether the parties to the case so consent
  • And through statute where a dispute that has arisen there under.

 

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