American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to arbiters or arbitration.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to arbitration; subject to review and adjudication.
- adj. Relating to arbitration.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. rare Of or relating to an arbiter or an arbitration.
- adj. relating to or resulting from arbitration
- From French arbitral, from Latin arbitrālis, from arbiter. (Wiktionary)
“The plan of that conference gives us the thing, although the name contained the word "arbitral" probably as a concession to some delegates who were not ready to call it what it really is "A Supreme Court of the World.”
“The arbitral tribunal of the International Chamber of Commerce also ruled that Siemens is not allowed to compete with Areva until Sept. 25, 2013.”
“A majority of Koreans oppose the FTA, are offended that it requires South Korea to subject itself to the jurisdiction of foreign arbitral tribunals, and fear it will undermine the financial stability policies Korea has implemented following the recent and 1997 financial crises; this was the message from the South Korean officials to U.S. members of Congress.”
“Amongst other matters, the arbitral tribunal found that the offtakers did not validly terminate their offtake agreements," Tata Steel said in a statement.”
“Take the U.S. Trade Representative's announcement last month that it intends to take Guatemala to an arbitral panel for "apparent systematic failures" in enforcing Guatemalan labor laws under the Central American-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement CAFTA-DR.”
“Tiffany & Co. is confident that its position will be vindicated in the pending arbitral proceedings in relation to this matter and Swatch's misconduct.”
“Debating with Lionel Barber, pictured, the editor of the Financial Times, he suggested that there would be a role in the new system of press self-regulation for "some sort of arbitral system for speedy resolution of privacy claims, potentially small libel claims", because the costs of bringing actions and defending cases was unnecessarily high.”
“In 2003 he served as a judge ad hoc of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, and from 2003-2005 he was a member of an arbitral tribunal in a dispute between Malaysia and Singapore.”
“BP said Friday's ruling was "purely and simply a deferral," and that the company will "continue with the arbitral process for a final ruling in our favor.”
“Today, more than 24 states have seen proposed laws that impose blanket prohibitions on consideration or use by courts or arbitral tribunals of an entire body of law or doctrine of a particular religion.”
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