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CHAPTER 35 APPEALS TO COURT

Arbitration Practice and Procedure

Page 1441 35 APPEALS TO COURT 35.1.1 Generally—to extend time to begin arbitral proceedings. THE FACTS An internationally known personality decided to extend his mansion. He engaged an architect who drew up the plans and subsequently went out to tender. Following negotiations with the lowest tenderer, who was a personal friend of the architect and a member of his golf club, the employer was asked by the architect to sign a building contract.

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