C-27, r. 6 - Regulation respecting the remuneration of arbitrators

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11. An arbitrator chosen and remunerated by the parties or by any one of them may claim a remuneration that differs from that set by sections 2 to 8. For deliberation and drafting of an award, an arbitrator may not claim remuneration for a number of hours greater than that provided for in section 4.
To that end, an arbitrator must declare to the Minister of Labour a tariff of remuneration that includes the hourly rate that the arbitrator will claim under sections 2 to 5, the amount of the expenses, allowances and indemnities referred to in sections 6 to 8 and the conditions for the application of that hourly rate and of those amounts.
O.C. 851-2002, s. 11; O.C. 1303-2002, s. 1.