| Commentary

5.5 Choice of arbitrator

| Commentary

5.5 Choice of arbitrator

An agreement may provide that parties may select an arbitrator, or if they are unable to agree, a designated third party may appoint one at the request of either party. In many cases, it is customary to appoint the President of the Law Society or of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, but it may be more appropriate to designate an official of a body relevant to the subject matter of the agreement with a view to obtaining the appointment of a person with specialist knowledge of the subject area of the dispute. However, it should be

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