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Arbitration (Scotland) ACT 2010

Rule 45 – Court’s power to order attendance of witnesses and disclosure of evidence Mandatory

179.Rule 45 makes mandatory provision that the court has the same power in arbitration proceedings as it would have in ordinary civil proceedings to order the attendance of a witness or the taking of evidence on commission.

180.There is no appeal against or review of the decision of the court.

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