Arbitration Act, 1892: With the Rules of 24th March, 1893, Forms and Notes of Cases

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C.F. Maxwell (Hayes), 1893 - 76 pages
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Page 10 - ... satisfied that there is no sufficient reason why the matter should not be referred in accordance with the...
Page 28 - Any referee, arbitrator, or umpire may, at any stage of the proceedings under a reference, and shall, if so directed by the Court or a judge, state in the form of a special case for the opinion of the Court any question of law arising in the course of the reference.
Page 29 - ... order, or for such Court or Judge, or any other Judge having authority under this Act, by any subsequent order, to command the attendance of any person to be named in such order for the purpose of being examined, or the production of any writings or other documents to be mentioned in such order, and to give all such directions as to the time, place and manner of such examination, and all other matters connected therewith, as may appear reasonable and just, and any such order may be enforced...
Page 26 - ... the Court or a Judge conveniently be made before a jury or conducted by the Court through its other ordinary officers; or (c) If the question in dispute consists wholly or in part of matters of account...
Page 43 - I, AB , do solemnly and sincerely declare that I will faithfully and honestly, and to the best of my skill and ability, hear and determine the matters referred to me under the provisions of...
Page 14 - ... any party may serve the other parties or the arbitrators, as the case may be, with a written notice to appoint an arbitrator, umpire, or third arbitrator.
Page 32 - means a written agreement to submit present or future differences to arbitration, whether an arbitrator is named therein or not...
Page 8 - ... to be examined by the arbitrators or umpire on oath or affirmation in relation to the matters in dispute and shall, subject as aforesaid, produce before the arbitrators or umpire all books, deeds, papers, accounts, writings, and documents within their possession or power respectively which may be required or called for and do all other things which during the proceedings on the reference the arbitrators or umpire may require.
Page 39 - ... power to revoke the same without the consent of the other, nor shall the death of either party operate as...
Page 48 - ... but also to the damage, if any, to be sustained by the owner of the lands by reason of the severing of the lands taken from the other lands of such owner, or otherwise injuriously affecting such other lands by the exercise of the powers of this or the special Act, or any Act incorporated therewith.

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