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8(1)This rule applies to—
(b)individuals who have been asked to be an arbitrator but who have not yet been appointed.
(2)An individual to whom this rule applies must, without delay disclose—
(a)to the parties, and
(b)in the case of an individual not yet appointed as an arbitrator, to any arbitral appointments referee, other third party or court considering whether to appoint the individual as an arbitrator,
any circumstances known to the individual (or which become known to the individual before the arbitration ends) which might reasonably be considered relevant when considering whether the individual is impartial and independent.
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