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12.1    Independence and impartiality
Arbitrators acting under these Rules shall be independent and impartial and shall not act as advocate for, or adviser to,any party from the time of appointment as arbitrator until the end of the entire arbitration proceedingsfor the case, which is when final award is issuedand including the period allowed or set under these Rules for requesting or issuing any correction, amplification, interpretation or additional award.

12.2    Disclosure

A prospective arbitrator shall disclose, without delay, to those who approach her/him in connection with her/his possible appointment, any circumstances likely to give rise to justifiable doubts as to her/his independence or impartiality.

An arbitrator, once appointed, shall disclose without delay such circumstances to the parties, the General Secretariat and any other members of the Tribunal.
If, at any stage during the arbitration, new circumstances emerge that may give rise to such doubts, an arbitrator shall immediately disclose those circumstances to the parties, the General Secretariat and to any other members of the Tribunal.

12.3    NCAC Code of Conduct
Any arbitrator acting under these Rules shall abide by the NCAC Code of Conduct for Arbitrators.
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