Where notice must be given to an arbitrator or any other person it may be given by sending1 him a copy of the arbitration claim form2, and any written evidence in support3.
Where the Arbitration Act 19964 requires an application to the court to be made on notice to any other party to the arbitration, that notice must be given by making that party a defendant5.
Where an arbitration claim6 is made to remove an arbitrator7 or for the adjustment of the fees and expenses of arbitrators8, or where the arbitral tribunal withholds an award in the case of non-payment of
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