1. Arbitrate definition is - to act as arbiter upon (a disputed question) : to settle (a dispute between two people or groups) after hearing the arguments and opinions of both
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2. How to use Arbitrate in a sentence.
3. Arbitrate definition, to decide as arbitrator or arbiter; determine
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4. Arbitrate synonyms, Arbitrate pronunciation, Arbitrate translation, English dictionary definition of Arbitrate
5. 9 synonyms of Arbitrate from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 17 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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7. Find 39 ways to say Arbitrate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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8. Before going into the ins and outs of how to Arbitrate, you should know exactly what arbitration is
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9. When can I Arbitrate? Anyone can agree to Arbitrate a disagreement or legal issue, but the key word is "agree"
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11. Before the arbitration process can start, all parties must agree to Arbitrate the dispute.
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12. By agreeing to Arbitrate, you give up certain rights while also gaining some benefits
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13. What does Arbitrate mean? To judge or decide in or as in the manner of an arbitrator
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14. (verb) Arbitrate a dispute between neighbors.
15. Arbitrate: (Adjudge), verb adjudicate , arrange , arrive at a conclusion , ascertain after reasoning , assess , conciliate , decide , decide between opposing parties
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16. To judge or decide in or as in the manner of an arbitrator: Arbitrate a dispute between neighbors
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17. To submit to settlement or judgment by arbitration: Management and labor agreed to Arbitrate their remaining differences
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18. If your two best friends are fighting over the last piece of gum in the pack, you might Arbitrate by telling them to split the last piece
19. Arbitrate is when a neutral third party helps end a conflict.
20. ‘The result has been a huge number of cases, with resulting financial benefits for the four companies allowed to Arbitrate in such disputes.’ ‘In 1679 the Royal Society sent Halley to Danzig to Arbitrate in a dispute between Hooke and Hevelius.’ ‘Senior monks serve as guidance counsellors, and advise and Arbitrate in local disputes.’
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22. The government tries to be a middleman but is unable to Arbitrate, so a lot of energy is expended on political issues.: The Commission is empowered to Arbitrate on the issues contained in the matter.: There is no one of sufficient stature, no impartial media, and no intellectuals with adequate qualifications and credibility to Arbitrate.: The court was given extensive powers to prevent strikes
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23. The filing fee for this Petition to Arbitrate a Fee Dispute is based upon the total amount in dispute
24. 'Arbitrate' is a 9 letter word starting with A and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Arbitrate' Clue Answer; Pass judgement (9) Arbitrate: Settle a dispute (9) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Arbitrate We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Arbitrate will help you to finish your crossword today
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25. To Arbitrate or Not to Arbitrate: Clients should carefully consider agreement for binding arbitration
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26. Arbitrate (v.) 1580s, "act as an umpire, mediate, decide, determine, give an authoritative decision," from Latin arbitratus, past participle of arbitrari "be of an opinion, give a decision," from arbiter "a judge, umpire, mediator" (see arbiter).Meaning "act as an arbitrator" is from 1610s.
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27. ‘The result has been a huge number of cases, with resulting financial benefits for the four companies allowed to Arbitrate in such disputes.’ ‘In 1679 the Royal Society sent Halley to Danzig to Arbitrate in a dispute between Hooke and Hevelius.’ ‘Senior monks serve as guidance counsellors, and advise and Arbitrate in local disputes.’
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28. See authoritative translations of Arbitrate in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
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29. A mutual agreement to Arbitrate claims is a common form of dispute resolution outside of the public court system
30. When a dispute eventually arises between the contractual parties, the issue of whether the parties agreed to Arbitrate a certain type of dispute is often an initial point of contention
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31. Arbitrate definition: When someone in authority Arbitrates between two people or groups who are in dispute, Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
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32. Definition of Arbitrate in the Definitions.net dictionary
33. What does Arbitrate mean? Information and translations of Arbitrate in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
34. Eight Reasons To Arbitrate Commercial Cross-Border Life Sciences Disputes International arbitration offers numerous advantages over national court litigation for …
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35. Arbitrate between To mediate between two (or more) parties in conflict
36. We need someone to Arbitrate between these two departments before their in-fighting affects the whole company
37. See also: Arbitrate, between Arbitrate in To mediate between
38. In order to enforce an agreement to Arbitrate, therefore, the employer must prove that a valid contract to Arbitrate was created
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40. A New York federal judge on Tuesday denied a bid by Apple to Arbitrate the claims of a proposed class representative who said the company breached his privacy through an undisclosed software flaw
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43. Is the agreement to Arbitrate severable from the contract in which it is contained? Yes
44. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Arbitrate ar‧bi‧trate / ˈɑːbətreɪt $ ˈɑːr-/ verb [intransitive, transitive] JUDGE to officially judge how an argument between two opposing sides should be settled Arbitrate between A committee will Arbitrate between management and unions
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46. Federal law nowadays certainly favors enforcement of agreements to Arbitrate
47. The party seeking arbitration—in this case the employer—has the burden of proving there was an agreement clearly illustrating that the employee has consented to Arbitrate workplace disputes.
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48. Client consents to Arbitrate Except under the circumstances described in Rule 5.c., where the attorney and client cannot agree as to the attorney's fee, the attorney shall forward by certified mail or personal service i
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49. A written notice to the client, entitled "Notice of Client's Right to Arbitrate (Form 1); ii.
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51. Recently, the First Circuit Court held that a delivery driver was not bound to Arbitrate his claims because he had not signed the arbitration agreement in question and was not bound to the agreement under principles of common law
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