The finality of an arbitration award generally is one of the primary attributes of arbitration. However, the benefit of a decisive outcome is subject to debate.
To some, the conclusiveness of an award is an important reason to resort to arbitration as an alternative means of dispute resolution. This finality provides certainty, and the lack of an appeal should mean a speedier resolution of the dispute.
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