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Arbitration Practice and Procedure

13 DOCUMENTS Page 685 13.1 DOCUMENTS—AUTHENTICITY DISTINGUISHED FROM ADMISSIBILITY 13.1.1 How to determine authenticity of possibly admissible evidence. THE FACTS Two firms of solicitors appeared before an arbitrator in a construction arbitration. The claimant was the contractor and the respondent was the employer. Between them they had prepared an agreed bundle of documents for the hearing pursuant to the arbitrator’s directions.

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