The notice of an arbitration claim1 must specify the nature of the claim being made by the landlord2 or the tenant3, although it is sufficient if the notice refers to the statutory provision, custom or term of an agreement under which the claim is made4. It is not, however, necessary to employ that method: the purpose of the notice of claim is to enable the party receiving it to know, in general terms, the nature of the claim
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