Arbitrator definition

Arbitrator means the authority nominated by Chief General Manager (CGM) for arbitration.
Arbitrator means an individual appointed to render an award, alone or with others, in a controversy that is subject to an agreement to arbitrate.
Arbitrator has the meaning set forth in Section 10.03.

Examples of Arbitrator in a sentence

  • It will also be no objection to any such appointment that the Arbitrator so appointed is a Bank Officer and that he had to deal with the matters to which the Contract relates in the course of his duties as Bank Officer.

  • Failing agreement to concur in the appointment of an Arbitrator, the Arbitrator shall be appointed by the chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Kenya branch, on the request of the applying party.

  • The award of such Arbitrator shall be final and binding upon the parties.

  • The Arbitrator shall decide each dispute in accordance with the terms of the contract and give a reasoned award.

  • No person shall be appointed as Arbitrator or Presiding Arbitrator who does not accept the conditions of the arbitration clause.

More Definitions of Arbitrator

Arbitrator means the person or persons appointed by agreement between the Employer and the Contractor to make a decision on or to settle any dispute or difference between the Employer and the Contractor referred to him or her by the parties pursuant to GCC Sub-Clause 39.1 (Arbitration) hereof.
Arbitrator has the meaning set forth in Section 12.1(b).
Arbitrator shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.3(e).
Arbitrator means the person(s) chosen by you and us to hear and decide any arbitration. • “Claim” means any claim or dispute that any way relates to or affects: ° Your account; ° The Agreement; ° The solicitation for your account; or ° The actions or omissions of you, us, or Our Related Parties related to or affects your account or Agreement. A Claim also includes, but is not limited to, any Claim (a) based on contract, tort (including intentional torts); (b) based on constitutional, statutory, regulatory, or common law rights; (c) made in law or in equity; (d) for damages or penalties; or (e) for injunctive, declaratory, or equitable relief. • “Class Proceedings” means any court action or arbitration where a Claim is or Claims are brought: ° By or on behalf of a class or group; ° In a representative capacity or otherwise on a class basis; or ° In the form of a private attorney general action. • “FAA” means the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1 through 16, as amended. • “Our Related Parties” mean any of the following people: ° Our affiliated third parties such as our parent, subsidiaries, and affiliates; ° Our unaffiliated third parties that provide any products, services, marketing, or benefits in connection with your account; and ° The officers, directors, agents, employees, and assigns of us, our affiliated third parties, and our unaffiliated third parties. • “Ordinary Claim” means a Claim that meets (1) or (2) or both below. (1) A Claim where all of the following are met: (a) The only remedy sought for the Claim is monetary damages; (b)The recovery sought for the Claim is less than $25,000 excluding interest and costs; and (c) The only parties to any action to resolve the Claim will be you, us and/or Our Related Parties. (2) Any individual Claim filed in small claims court within its jurisdiction, as long as the Claim remains in that court. • “Rules” means the relevant arbitration rules and procedures of the Administrator in effect when the arbitration on the Claim is filed. • “your” or “you” mean you and Your Related Parties. • “Your Related Parties” mean any of the following people: ° Any co-applicant, joint cardmember, authorized user, or guarantor on your account; ° Your heirs; and ° Your trustee in bankruptcy.
Arbitrator has the meaning specified in Section 2.7(c).
Arbitrator means the person appointed to act as such to resolve any Dispute;
Arbitrator has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(c).