Circumstances in Which Decisions Must Not Be Taken

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(1) In case any issue requiring arbitration is found to be inextricably linked with any other issue on which the arbitrator cannot pronounce the decision, the arbitration shall not pronounce decision on that issue.
(2) In a situation in which the arbitrator cannot take a decision pursuant to Sub-section (1), the arbitration must inform the concerned parties accordingly.
(3) The concerned party may file a complaint to the Court within 35 days from the date of receipt of a notice pursuant Sub-section (2), Notwithstanding anything contained in the prevailing law.

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