Latin Legal Terms

Arbitro

Arbitro or Arbitror – it means to witness, to judge, to arbitrate (a legal dispute). Nowadays it is related to the term “arbitration”. In most jurisdictions this is an alternative dispute resolution method (process) by which an independent, neutral third person ("arbitrator") or more than one, is appointed to hear and consider the different sides of the dispute and renders a final and binding decision called “adjudication”. Depending of the concrete local legislature, the arbitration decisions usually may not be appealed and enters in force immediately. The word participates also in forming the legal term “Quisque est rei suae moderator et arbiter”, applicable in the area of Property Law, where states that every person is entitled to manage and dispose their own property on their own incretion and wills.

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