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Emergency arbitrator definition

What does Emergency arbitrator mean?

An arbitrator appointed, generally, by an arbitral institution on an urgent basis to deal with an application for emergency interim relief before the constitution of the tribunal. Expedited formation of the tribunal, where available, may be an effective way, in some circumstances, of achieving the same result.

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