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Arbitration is where parties state their views, offer evidence at an arbitration hearing, and agree to let an impartial, professionally-trained arbitrator make a decision that will end the dispute. In most cases, once the arbitrator hears the evidence, he or she hands down a binding decision. There is, however, also non-binding arbitration where the disputing parties put their case before an impartial third party who renders an opinion or recommendation, which the parties may choose to accept or not..


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