Definition of Arbitrable

1. Adjective. Appropriate for or subject to settlement by arbitration. "An arbitrable dispute"

Derivative terms: Arbitrate
Antonyms: Nonarbitrable



Definition of Arbitrable

1. a. Capable of being decided by arbitration; determinable.

Definition of Arbitrable

1. Adjective. (legal) Able to be arbitrated; subject to arbitration. ¹

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Definition of Arbitrable

1. [adj]

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Literary usage of Arbitrable

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1. The American Philosophy of Government by Alpheus Henry Snow (1921)
"How can the Senate's power over the agreement be less if it goes to the Senate after the Commission's report that it presents an arbitrable question than if ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at Its ... Annual by American Society of International Law, Meeting (1912)
"... all controversies at least prima facie arbitrable. Such a draft would, of course, be without the official endorsement of the United States Government. ..."

3. The Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907: A Series of Lectures Delivered by James Brown Scott (1909)
"33. states "What things are arbitrable and what not,"theformer being "things and actions personal! incertain," and the latter being "chattels reall or mixt, ..."

4. Logic by Immanuel Kant (1819)
"As the synthesis of the empirical conceptions is not arbitrable, but empirical, ... None but the arbitrable conceptions (hen are capable of being defined. ..."

5. Problems in Pan Americanism by Samuel Guy Inman (1921)
"It was added that "the day will arrive when all the arbitrable jurisdiction ... The high contracting parties obligate themselves to submit to arbitrable ..."

6. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"It was added that " the day will arrive when all the arbitrable Jurisdiction will be inclosed within a single article of universal positive law, ..."

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