This chapter discusses the most important issues in arbitration proceedings as well as the relevant provisions of the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010 and the Scottish Arbitration Rules. These issues include the procedure to be followed and the admissibility, relevance, materiality and weight of any evidence; the place of arbitration, which can be in or outside Scotland; the arbitral tribunal's decisions and directions; the tribunal's power to appoint clerks, agents, employees and other persons as it thinks fit to assist in the arbitration; the right of a party to choose to be represented by a lawyer or any other person chosen by the party; the employment of experts, legal advisers or assessors in the proceedings; tribunal's powers relating to property; and a party's failure to comply with the direction given by the tribunal or breach of the obligations imposed by the arbitration agreement.
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