Definition of Arbitration clause
1. Noun. A clause in a contract providing for arbitration of disputes arising under the contract.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Arbitration Clause
Literary usage of Arbitration clause
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Law of Charter Parties and Ocean Bills of Lading by Wharton Poor (1920)
"arbitration clause—Lien clause. § 15. arbitration clause. Time charters ordinarily contain an arbitration clause. This is not enforceable in the United ..."
2. A Treatise on the Power and Duty of an Arbitrator, and the Law of by Francis Russell (1849)
"arbitration clause in deed of partnership. Provision for liquidated damages for refusing to appoint an arbitrator. On refusal, single arbitrator may act ..."
3. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1905)
"A FEW REMARKS UPON THE arbitration clause. By J. SCOTT CAVELL, Norwich Insurance Institute. IN the early days of Fire Insurance, and indeed Legal Position ..."
4. The Law and Practice of Marine Insurance: Deduced from a Critical by John Duer (1845)
"arbitration clause—$ 39. General division of insurances—Policies on interest and wager policies—$ 40. Law of England AM to wager policies—$ 41. ..."
5. The Law of Contracts by Clarence Degrand Ashley (1911)
"(A) An arbitration clause in contract Sometimes there is a clause in a contract to the effect that any dispute shall be referred to arbitrators and settled ..."
6. Venezuela-British Guiana Boundary Arbitration: The Case of the United States by Venezuela (1898)
"... the aforesaid Constitution containing another Article which absolutely forces upon the Executive the insertion of the arbitration clause. ..."