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Arbitration: Part 2

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18 Equal treatment of parties (cf Model Law Art 18) The parties must be treated with equality and each party must be given a REASONABLE OPPORTUNITY of presenting the party’s case. Note : This section differs from the Model Law to the extent that it requires a party to be given a “reasonable”, instead of “full”, opportunity of presenting the party’s case. Section 18 is concerned with ensuring that basic notions of fairness are upheld in the conduct of arbitral proceedings. This provision has been modified from the equivalent model law. Instead of requiring parties to be given a FULL opportunity of presenting

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Is there a specific form required as in UCPR Is AMENDMENT possible (Jones pp 275-279) 4) WHAT happens if there is DEFAULT of a party IN ARBITRATION under CAA s 25 (Jones pp 297-301) 5) What are the DUTIES of a LAWYER when the CLIENT PREFERS to CHOOSE ARBITRATION as the method of dispute resolution Is there an ENTITLEMENT for a party to be REPRESENTED by a LAWYER in arbitration proceedings What are the disadvantages for the party to an ...
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