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7(1)Section 18(4) of the Act (provision enabling a party in an arbitration to obtain an order for costs) shall apply, in the case of a reference to a judge-arbitrator, with the omission of the words from " within fourteen days " to " may direct".
(2)The power of the High Court to make declarations and orders for the purposes of section 18(5) of the Act (charging order for solicitor's costs) shall be exercisable in the case of an arbitration by a judge-arbitrator or judge-umpire as in the case of any other arbitration, but shall in any such case be exercisable also by the judge-arbitrator or judge-umpire himself.
(3)A declaration or order made by an arbitrator or umpire in the exercise of the power conferred by the last foregoing sub-paragraph shall be made by him in his capacity as judge of the High Court and have effect as if made by that court.
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