Termination of arbitral proceeding, Business Law and Ethics

Termination of Arbitral Proceeding

Although the Arbitral proceedings may be terminated in any of the giving ways as;

  • Through the final award of the arbitrator
  • Whether the claimant withdraws the case
  • Whether the parties mutually agree
  • Through the arbitrators order
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