419. Mistakes by the adjudicator.

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