Under a standard form arbitration reference, an arbitrator had the power to make an award for a contribution under the Act. A reference to arbitration under the laws of England meant that all such laws could be applied by the arbitrator as proper.
England and Wales
See Also – Wealands (Widow and Administratrix of the Estate of Brian Wealands Deceased) v CLC Contractors Limited and Key Scaffolding Limited ; Alan C Bennett and Sons Limited Parties CA 22-Jul-1999
The standard terms of an appointment of an arbitrator as between a contractor and sub-contractor gave the arbitrator power to make an order under the Act awarding a contribution from a third party not involved in the initial arbitration. . .
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Updated: 10 April 2022; Ref: scu.90341