Unless otherwise agreed by the parties1, the arbitral tribunal2 may make more than one award at different times on different aspects of the matters to be determined3. The tribunal may, in particular, make an award relating to an issue affecting the whole claim4, or to a part only of the claims or cross-claims submitted to it for decision5. If the tribunal does so, it must specify in its award the issue, or the claim or part of a claim, which is the subject matter of
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