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10(1)A party may object to the tribunal about the appointment of an arbitrator.
(2)An objection is competent only if—
(a)it is made on the ground that the arbitrator—
(i)is not impartial and independent,
(ii)has not treated the parties fairly, or
(iii)does not have a qualification which the parties agreed (before the arbitrator’s appointment) that the arbitrator must have,
(b)it states the facts on which it is based,
(c)it is made within 14 days of the objector becoming aware of those facts, and
(d)notice of it is given to the other party.
(3)The tribunal may deal with an objection by confirming or revoking the appointment.
(4)If the tribunal fails to make a decision within 14 days of a competent objection being made, the appointment is revoked.
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