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1.the award has been improperly obtained2.the arbitration tribunal has committed a gross irregularity in conductingthe arbitration proceedings3.the arbitration tribunal has exceeded its powers4.the arbitrator has failed to use all reasonable speed in entering onand proceeding with the reference and making an award.
QUESTION 3Which ONE of the following disputes is subject to arbitration?
QUESTION 4Which ONE of the following persons is NOT competent to refer a disputearising from the contract described in the distractors to arbitration?
QUESTION 5Which ONE of the options below would NOT be a CORRECT option tocomplete the statement below?
CLA104-V51REVISION QUESTION & MEMO1.a member of the arbitration tribunal has misconducted him/herself inrelation to his/her duties as an arbitrator or umpire.2.one of the parties to the dispute has not been given notice of theproceedings.3.one of the parties to the dispute has not been given the opportunity tolead evidence.4.a minority of members of the arbitration tribunal refuse to sign theaward.QUESTION 6Choose ONE of the options provided below to CORRECTLY complete thesentence:The appointment of an arbitrator or an umpire can be set aside or terminated.....1.by anyone of the parties.2.only with the consent of all the parties, subject to certainexceptions.3.under no circumstances.4.after the prescription of the statutory probation period prescribed in theArbitration Act 42 of 1965.QUESTION 7Choose the one option that best describes mediation.Mediation is a process ……1.where parties to a dispute make use of the assistance of anotherperson, who makes suggestions, raise counter proposals,provides advice or uses his or her powers of persuasion to enableparties to com to an agreement.2.in terms of which the parties to a dispute agree to refer the dispute to athird party with the intention that the third party will determine thedispute by making an award that binds the parties to the dispute.

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