Party Autonomy

Party Autonomy definition

/ˈpɑːti/ /ɔːˈtɒnəmi/

What does Party Autonomy mean?

In arbitration, the parties’ freedom to determine, for example, the procedure to be followed by the tribunal and parties. Party autonomy is often cited as one of the distinct features and advantages of arbitration.

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