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Of or relating to arbiters or arbitration.


(Law) of or relating to arbitration


(ˈɑr bɪ trəl)

of, pertaining to, or characteristic of arbiters or arbitration.
[1600–10; (< Old French) < Late Latin]
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Adj.1.arbitral - relating to or resulting from arbitrationarbitral - relating to or resulting from arbitration; "the arbitral adjustment of the controversy"; "an arbitrational settlement"
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It is not true that President Rodrigo Duterte was apologetic when he raised the 2016 arbitral ruling that invalidated China's claim over nearly the entire South China Sea during his meeting last week with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
PRESIDENT Duterte finally made good on his promise to directly raise the arbitral ruling favoring the country in issues it raised against Beijing's excessive claims in the West Philippine Sea, but China's leader stood pat on his government's position to ignore the 2016 decision.
Palace: Duterte can raise any issue with China's Xi 'as friends' !-- -- Patricia Lourdes Viray ( - August 26, 2019 - 12:47pm MANILA, Philippines Stressing that President Rodrigo Duterte is committed to raising the South China Sea arbitral ruling with his Chinese counterpart, Malacaaang said the president can raise any issue with Beijing.
Duterte said the first thing he would do when he sets foot in China for the fifth time during his term is to invoke the arbitral ruling -- a promise he said he would act on before the end of his term.
Both the law and the new register are closely linked with the recognition, registration and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Cyprus.
Pursuing the swift conclusion of the South China Sea code of conduct (COC) will be part of the agenda of President Duterte during his upcoming visit to China, apart from the tackling the landmark arbitral ruling and the joint oil exploration project.
Summary: New Delhi (India), Aug 1 (ANI): The Parliament on Thursday passed a bill that provides for the speedy appointment of arbitrators through designated institutions and seeks to create an independent body to grade arbitral institutions.
Ordinarily, first instance disciplinary decisions are handed down by a non-arbitral dispute resolution chamber of the relevant governing body, usually with a right to appeal such decisions to an arbitral body either internally (i.e., an arbitral body set up by the governing body), nationally (e.g., a national sports arbitration centre) or internationally (e.g., the Court of Arbitration for Sport).
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Vale announces that on April 23, 2019, it commenced a proceeding against BSG Resources Limited (BSGR) in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York to enforce Vale's arbitral award against BSGR, totaling over US$ 1.2 billion (with interest and costs, exceeding US$ 2.0 billion), which was issued on April 4, 2019 by an arbitral tribunal under the auspices of the London Court of International Arbitration.
Manila: The Philippines clarified that it has no plans to set aside a July 2017 UN arbitral court ruling favouring Manila in its dispute with Beijing over several islands in the South China Sea.