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How to replace an arbitrator

There may be circumstances where an arbitrator needs to be replaced. Read about these circumstances below.
The need to replace an arbitrator may also arise in the following circumstances: death, resignation or where the arbitrator refuses to perform his or her duties, or other circumstances prevent him or her from performing his or her duties.

If an arbitrator is replaced, proceedings resume from the point of replacement unless the arbitral tribunal decides otherwise.

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