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Reinsurance Practice and the Law

Chapter 44



44.1 As we have discussed in the previous chapter, there are a number of ways in which reinsurance disputes may be resolved, one of which is by arbitration. Unlike litigation, where the procedural rules of court are fixed,1 arbitration is a flexible dispute resolution mechanism which gives significant scope for parties to choose the most appropriate procedure for the resolution of their dispute.

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