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We have served a notice of arbitration on behalf of a client requiring the other party to agree to the joint appointment of an arbitrator within 28 days. The time period has almost expired but the parties no longer wish to proceed with the arbitration. Do we need to formally withdraw the notice and is there a relevant time limit within which to do this?

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Published on LexisPSL on 01/10/2018

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  • We have served a notice of arbitration on behalf of a client requiring the other party to agree to the joint appointment of an arbitrator within 28 days. The time period has almost expired but the parties no longer wish to proceed with the arbitration. Do we need to formally withdraw the notice and is there a relevant time limit within which to do this?

Arbitration is a matter of agreement. Unless the arbitration clause, separate arbitration agreement or a set of rules chosen for the arbitration contains any special requirements in relation to withdrawal of a notice of arbitration, the parties should be free to treat it as withdrawn without

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