45.14. An arbitrator may only order measures
(1) to remedy neighbourhood disturbances by, among other means, erecting sound walls or imposing lower speed limits; and
(2) to stop damage relating to noise, odours or other contaminants by, among other means, re-routing or closing a segment of a trail.
The arbitrator may not order a party to pay damages or, subject to the third paragraph, to pay arbitration expenses.
The arbitrator’s fees and expenses are paid by the parties, unless the arbitrator orders otherwise in a substantiated decision.