An arbitrator can order you to pay a fee to the arbitration agency, but there is no need to do that if you don’t want to.
An arbitral award, however, is binding on you.
You may ask the arbitrator to change the terms of your contract to make them enforceable, or you can make a formal complaint against the arbitral body if you feel you have been discriminated against.
The arbitration body will decide whether to accept your complaint or not.
In most cases, you can ask the arbitration body to withdraw its decision if it is not binding on the parties.
Arbitrators can also reject your claim, and you will have to pay the arbitrators fees.
The arbitral tribunal has to decide the validity of the arbitration award in a case that involves a claim of discrimination, or it will be invalid.
An arbitral arbitration, which is usually done by a lawyer or a public-relations agency, is used in cases where a dispute has not been settled by the parties before the arbiter.
If the dispute is not settled by a mediator before an arbiter, the arbiters ruling can be appealed to the court.
If it is, the court can impose a judgment.
If you choose to go to the arbitrar, the person appointed by you will try to settle the dispute between you and the arbitor, by giving you the names and addresses of the parties and the fees you have to shell out for the arbitration.
However, you will not be able to get these names or addresses if you are not prepared to pay any money.
The mediator will decide on how much money you have paid.
If the arbitrader doesn’t resolve the dispute within the time specified by the arbitrator, the arbitration tribunal may award the arbitrating party the sum of money that the arbitring party was required to pay before the arbitration, or the arbitretholder may ask for a reconsideration of the amount of the award.