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CHAPTER 15 Arbitration and third parties

London Maritime Arbitration

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Arbitration and third parties

A. Introduction

15.1 Arbitration arises out of an agreement which is usually contained in a contract between two parties. The arbitrator’s authority derives solely from that agreement. This offers a stark contrast to the much wider inherent and statutory jurisdiction of the High Court which, in relation to court proceedings, enables it to:

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