Arbitration Board


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Arbitration Board

 

a board whose members are chosen by the parties to a dispute in order to resolve the dispute. In the USSR, the Foreign Trade Arbitration Commission and the Maritime Arbitration Commission settle disputes through arbitration. Arbitration boards for resolving disputes between citizens may be formed in accordance with the Statute on Arbitration Boards, included as an appendix in the codes of civil procedure of the Union republics. Arbitration boards for resolving economic disputes between socialist organizations are formed and guided by the Statute on Arbitration Boards, approved by a directive of Gosarbitrazh (State Arbitration Board) under the Council of Ministers of the USSR of Dec. 30, 1975.

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"Mais pardon, il est un petit peu toque; he maintains, for instance, that district councils and arbitration boards are all of no use, and he is unwilling to take part in anything."
it is the client~s expectation that a significant portion of the legal advice that will be purchased under the framework agreement concerns legal assistance in connection with contractual disputes, views and estimates and cases by the arbitration board for construction and civil engineering.
But in May, after the Japanese government proposed diplomatic consultations over the interpretation of the 1965 treaty, and called for the selection of arbitration board members based on the Agreement, South Korea suddenly changed tack.
Vic Calvo was recommended to join Sarmiento in the panel while a representative from the Philippine Disputes Resolution Center (PDRC) arbitration board is eyed to sit as the third member.
It emphasized the unequal relations in the arbitration process, noting that "at worst, the employer faces direction from an arbitration board to do what he should have done in the first place." Furthermore, this brief made the additional argument that compulsory no-strike arbitration did not deliver on its original promise to promote industrial peace.
'This takes out option of judicial review which is right of each citizen,' he said, adding that similarly, sub-section (10) provides for shifting of all court cases to Arbitration Board, which was against the principle of law as how can an act of provincial assembly take back cases already instituted in, and accepted for regular hearing, by high court and Supreme Court.
The Central Disciplinary Board (MDK), Intra-Party Democracy and Arbitration Board, and Political Virtue and Ethics Board members were also elected.
"We will provide them with legal support and help those who wish to leave the country, as well as those who wish to transfer to other employers," said GFBTU assistant secretary general for the private sector and arbitration board member Yusuf Hassan.
He also tackled the arbitration proceedings pursued at the CAS and duties and responsibilities of various arbitration board set up for arbitration of any sport-related disputes.
As per the German Pharmaceuticals Market Reorganisation Act (AMNOG), a pricing agreement was reached after an Arbitration Board was called and the board's outcome is legally binding for all state insurers in the country.
The Civil Service Arbitration Board ruled last year that the allowance should remain in force for the present but be reviewed again after a two-year period.
Korean Commercial Arbitration Board (KCAB), the Shanghai International