Where the adjudicator's award contains an error, the award stands and is enforceable1 as long as the adjudicator made the error while acting within his jurisdiction2. If the adjudicator decided a dispute that was referred to him, but his decision was mistaken, then his decision is a valid and binding decision even if the mistake was of fundamental importance3.
The adjudicator may on his own initiative or on the application of a party correct his decision so as to remove a clerical or typographical error arising by accident or omission
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