The arbitral tribunal1 decides all procedural and evidential matters2, subject to the right of the parties3 to agree any matter4. Procedural and evidential matters include5:
(1) when and where any part of the proceedings is to be held6;
(2) the language or languages to be used in the proceedings and whether translations of any relevant documents are to be supplied7;
(3) whether any and, if so, what form of written8 statements of claim and defence are to be used, when these should be supplied, and the extent to which such statements can be later amended9;
(4) whether any and,
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