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Arbitration Practice and Procedure

Page 119 3 ARBITRATOR 3.1.1 Where both parties are lay people and unlikely to adduce satisfactory evidence. THE FACTS A rent review arose over a doctor’s surgery. The President of the RICS was requested by the practice to appoint an arbitrator from outside the area which was a small community where most of the chartered surveyors were patients of that particular practice.

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