Notice For Arbitrators To Appointing An Umpire

the Arbitration Ordinance (AO) provides that any decision of an arbitral tribunal (other than one consisting of a sole arbitrator), unless otherwise agreed by the parties, shall be made by a majority of its members, a deadlock may occur in decision-making of an arbitral tribunal consisting of an even number of arbitrators. To resolve this difficulty, section 30 of the arbitration ordinance provides that where there is an even number of arbitrators, the arbitrators may, unless otherwise agreed by the parties, appoint an umpire at any time after they are themselves appointed.

As the appointed umpire will (subject to any agreement of the parties or arbitrators) attend the arbitral proceedings, be supplied with the same documents and other materials as are supplied to the arbitrators and will determine matters which cannot be agreed by the arbitrators


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