A court or arbitrator can disregard an existing certificate or dispense with the need for a certificate if the certifier is disqualified from certifying. The certifier must act impartially1 and independently and will be disqualified if he fails to do so2. He should not give an opportunity to be heard to one party which he does not give to another3. The certifier may be disqualified by reason of some interest which was unknown to one of the parties at the time of the contract
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