Commentary

35 Legal or other representation in the arbitration

ARBITRATION AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION vol 3(1)
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35 Legal or other representation in the arbitration

| Commentary

35 Legal or other representation in the arbitration

Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, a party may be represented in the arbitration by a lawyer or other person of its choice1. Any agreement between the parties to exclude the right to legal representation must be sufficiently clear2.

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