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3.4. Foreign court may be an arbitrator.-

Another important question is, who may be an arbitrator. It may be noted that the dispute may even be referred to a foreign court as the arbitrator.1

1. Austrian Lloyd Steamship Co. v. Greskam Life Ins., (1903) 1 KB 249.

3.5. The points discussed above do not necessitate any change in section 4.

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