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Australian International Arbitration Act 1974

Australian International Arbitration Act 1974
Table of Contents

Section 28 - Immunity

(1) An arbitrator is not liable for anything done or omitted to be done by the arbitrator in good faith in his or her capacity as arbitrator.

(2) An entity that appoints, or fails or refuses to appoint, a person as arbitrator is not liable in relation to the appointment, failure or refusal if it was done in good faith.

Referring Principles
Trans-Lex Principle: XIII.2.7 - Immunity of arbitrator
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