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Thompson, L. R. I. Q. B. D. 748; Re Rouse, L. R. 6 C. P. 212; Fraser v. Ehrensperger, L. R. 12 Q. B. D. 310.
(2.) To supply various omissions in the Common Law Procedure Act, 1854.
(3.) To simplify the procedure as to attachment and enforcement of awards generally.
(4.) To substitute subpoena for order for attendance of witness. See s. 58, and Rooney v. Whiteley, W. N. 1883, p. 225.
(5) To lay down a common form of submission which shall be in accordance with the general understanding of men of business and parties to arbitrations, and which shall, unless the contrary be expressed, be implied in all references.
(6.) To make the useful provisions introduced by the Common Law Procedure Act, 1854, extend to and bind the Crown.
(7.) To modify the present arrangements as to lodging submissions which are made rules of Court.
(8.) To enable an arbitrator to repair a mere clerical error without the necessity of an application to the Court.
(9.) To procure the attendance before an arbitrator of witnesses out of the jurisdiction of the High Court. Hall v. Brand, L. R. 12 Q. B. D. 39.
(10.) To assimilate the English and Scotch law of
(11.) To simplify the law as to costs of arbitration.
24. Powers of Court with respect to proceedings before referees
42. When submission not revocable except by leave
43. Submission not revocable if general continuous agreement
44. Submission by deed revocable by deed
57. Conduct of proceedings
58. Enforcing attendance of witnesses
59. Issuing subpœna
56. Arbitrator bound to receive evidence and judge of its
100. Award not set aside at instance of party benefited by
119. Circumstances in which attachment shall not be issued.