arbitrator

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İngilizce - Türkçe
hakem
yansız aracı
{i} hakem, arabulucu
{i} yargıcı
sole arbitrator
(Kanun) tek hakem
sole arbitrator
(Kanun) Tek arabulucu
appoint an arbitrator
(Kanun) hakem tayin etmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
A person to whom the authority to settle or judge a dispute is delegated
{n} a person chosen by a poarty to decide a controversy, one who has the sovereign right to judge and control
One chosen to decide disputes out of court
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  An impartial third party to whom the parties to an agreement refer their disputes for resolution   Section 7121(b)(1)(C)(iii) mandates that negotiated grievance procedures provide for binding arbitration of unsettled grievances
A private, disinterested person chosen by the parties in arbitration to hear evidence concerning the dispute and to make an award based on the evidence
{i} judge; mediator, one chosen to settle a dispute
a person chosen to settle the issue between parties engaged in a dispute
an individual selected to resolve disputes arising between market participants, including the ISO and/or the PX as outlined in the ISO and PX Bylaws
the court official who presides at an arbitration hearing and renders a decision on the case
(1)A software module in Windows that handles the allocation of hardware resources among devices (2)Under Windows, the Plug and Play device driver responsible for allocating a specific resource among all drivers that require the resource For example, VDMAD is a DMA channel arbitrator, and VPICD has services for allocating IRQ lines Windows95 provides arbitrators for standard I/O, memory, hardware interrupt, and DMA channel resources
\ar'-bi-tray-ter\: A cook that leaves Arby's to work at McDonald's
an impartial person selected by the parties to a dispute who is empowered to make a determination concerning the issues in dispute
A cook that leaves Arby's to work at McDonald's
A third person who receives statements and arguments of both parties and acts as the decision-maker
A third party who is appointed and given the power to resolve a labor dispute by determining what the settlement will be
An arbitrator is independent and impartial and is selected by the parties or on their behalf (by the Institute or by another appointing authority) on the basis of their arbitral/technical expertise, reputation and experience in the field of activity from which the dispute stems
A private, disinterested person chosen by the parties to a disputed question for the purpose of hearing their contention and giving judgment between them The parties to the dispute submit themselves to the arbitrator's decision (award)
A third party trusted with some of the contents, and some of the history of performance, of a contract, and trusted by contracted parties to resolve disputes arising from that contract fairly
One who has the power of deciding or prescribing without control; a ruler; a governor
a person who listens to both sides of a dispute then decides how it should be resolved The people who are arguing must do what this person tells them to do
A software module in Windows that handles the allocation of hardware resources among devices
A person, or one of two or more persons, chosen by parties who have a controversy, to determine their differences
An impartial third party to whom the parties to an agreement refer their disputes for resolution Section 7121(b)(1)(C)(iii) mandates that negotiated grievance procedures provide for binding arbitration of unsettled grievances
someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue
A person chosen to decide disputes between parties in an arbitration proceeding
(1) A software module in Windows that handles the allocation of hardware resources among devices (2) Under Windows, the Plug and Play device driver responsible for allocating a specific resource among all drivers that require the resource For example, VDMAD is a DMA channel arbitrator, and VPICD has services for allocating IRQ lines Windows 95 provides arbitrators for standard I/O, memory, hardware interrupt, and DMA channel resources
An individual who provides a solution to a grievance that both sides (union and management representatives) have been unable to resolve themselves and that both sides agree to accept
A private, disinterested person chosen to decide disputes between parties (See arbitration)
An arbitrator
laudator
arbitrators
plural of arbitrator
arbitrator