Tribunal Sample Clauses

Tribunal. In the event of no majority decision by the appeal committee the dispute shall go automatically to a tribunal as hereinafter constituted and shall be forwarded to such tribunal by the Provost and Vice-President, Academic within five (5) Days of the decision of the appeal committee. 14.12.2.3.1 Membership: The tribunal shall consist of the following: 14.12.2.3.1.1 a nominee of the Association; 14.12.2.3.1.2 a nominee of the Board; 14.12.2.3.1.3 a chair to be mutually agreed upon between the two nominees forthwith, and in the event the chair cannot be agreed upon by the said nominees within one (1) day following receipt of notice summoning the tribunal, a chair shall be drawn by lot from a panel of three persons to be mutually agreed upon by the exchange of letters between the Board and the Association. 14.12.2.3.2 Procedure: The tribunal shall render a decision, which shall be final and binding on all Parties, within five (5) Days of the date of forwarding the appeal to the tribunal by the Provost and Vice-President, Academic. In the event that the tribunal is not unanimous or cannot decide by a majority, then the decision of the chair shall be final and binding on all Parties.
Tribunal. The arbitration shall be conducted by three arbitrators (such panel of arbitrators, the “Tribunal”).
Tribunal. The Board shall appoint a Tribunal of at least three Members where applicable upon receipt of a written Complaint. No member of the Tribunal shall be a Director, Officers or employee of the Association, nor shall any member of the Tribunal be involved in any prior investigation of the matter on behalf of the Board nor related by blood or marriage to either the complaining party or the Respondent. In appointing the members of the Tribunal, the Board should make a good faith effort to avoid appointing any Members who are witnesses to the alleged violation giving rise to the Complaint or otherwise biased. The decision of the Board shall be final, except that the Respondent may challenge any member of the Tribunal for cause, where a fair and impartial hearing cannot be afforded, at any time prior to the taking of evidence of the hearing. In the event of such a challenge, the Board shall meet to determine the sufficiency of the challenge, without the President voting. If such challenge is sustained, the President shall appoint another Member to replace the challenged member of the Tribunal. All decisions of the Board in this regard shall be final. The Tribunal shall elect a Chairman. The Tribunal shall exercise all other powers relating to the conduct of the hearing. If the Tribunal, by majority vote does not approve a proposed fine or suspension, it may not be imposed.
Tribunal shall only decide whether the State has established by clear and convincing evidence that the Participants have not acted by Diligence and shall issue an Award, without any explanation, that finds either for the State or for the Participants; and
Tribunal. 1. IF NO OUT-OF-COURT SETTLEMENT CAN BE FOUND, ALL DISPUTES SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMERCIAL COURT OF MONTPELLIER, WHATEVER THE NUMBER OF DEFENDANTS OR ANYINTRODUCTION OF THIRD PARTIES, EVEN FOR URGENT PROCEEDINGS, PROTECTIVE MEASURES, INTRODUCED BY SUMMARY PROCEDURE OR PETITION.
Tribunal. The arbitral tribunal (Tribunal) shall consist of three (3) arbitrators. Each party shall nominate one (1) arbitrator and the two party-nominated arbitrators shall select the third arbitrator who shall serve as the chairman of the Tribunal. If the two party nominated arbitrators are unable to agree upon the third arbitrator within thirty (30) days of their confirmation under the ICC Rules, the third arbitrator shall be selected by the ICC International Court of Arbitration. The third arbitrator shall be fluent in the English language and shall not be a national of either Saudi Arabia or the United States.