(also ‘arbiter‘; plural: ‘arbitrators‘)
a person, usually an expert in social and legal matters, chosen by the two sides of an argument or dispute to examine the facts and make a right decision to settle the argument or dispute; a judge;
an adjudicator; a referee;
a person who has the ability and power to make an unquestionable decision,
In some high level contracts parties involved include arbitration clauses and nominate an arbitrator in advance.
Most people prefer an independent expert arbitrator to an appointed one.
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