- Applicable law — Insurance
Once the substantive hearing has been concluded, as discussed in Chapter 20, the tribunal has the responsibility of deciding the dispute and delivering an award. This chapter addresses issues arising in connection with the award process in England and Wales under the Arbitration Act 1996 and is primarily intended to be of assistance to arbitrators as to the options that might be available to them in preparing an award in an arbitration under the Bermuda Form. Topics discusses include the duties of the tribunal; final, partial, and interim awards; the finality of awards and possible avenues of review; consequences of bifurcated arbitrations; and finality of interim awards.
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