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30(1)Where the tribunal is unable to make a decision unanimously (including any decision on an award), a decision made by the majority of the arbitrators is sufficient.
(2)Where there is neither unanimity nor a majority in favour of or opposed to making any decision—
(a)the decision is to be made by the arbitrator nominated to chair the tribunal, or
(b)where no person has been so nominated, the decision is to be made—
(i)where the tribunal consists of 3 or more arbitrators, by the last arbitrator to be appointed, or
(ii)where the tribunal consists of 2 arbitrators, by an umpire appointed by the tribunal or, where the tribunal fails to make an appointment within 14 days of being requested to do so by either party or any arbitrator, by an arbitral appointments referee (at the request of a party or an arbitrator).
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