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The deliberations of the arbitral tribunal must remain confidential in perpetuity unless the parties release the arbitrators from this obligation. The contents of the award itself must remain confidential except that such award is published in accordance with the NCAC Arbitration Rules.

An arbitrator should not participate in, or give any information in any arbitration proceedings that may influence the decision, unless the arbitrator thinks he or she has a duty to disclose any serious mistakes of the other co-arbitrators.
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