Matters to be mentioned in Decision

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The arbitrator must explicitly mention the following matters in the decision, except when otherwise provided for in the agreement:
(a) Brief particulars of the matter referred to for arbitration.
(b) In case any party had questioned the jurisdiction of arbitration, grounds for deciding that the matter falls under the jurisdiction of arbitration.
(c) The arbitrator’s decision, and reasons and grounds for reaching that decision.
(d) Claims which must be realized or amounts which must be compensated.
(e) Interest on amount to be realized, and the additional rate of interest to be charged with after the expiry of the time limit for implementing the decision of the arbitrator in the event of the limit mentioned in section (f) Place and date of decision.

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