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37.- Advisory Council – Purpose and Functions
37.1    The NCAC has an Advisory Council. The Advisory Council is to provide information and expert advice to the NCAC on relevant issues, developments and trends, including with regard to international arbitration regulations, policies and best practices; national and international law and ADR mechanisms; business and commercial practices; institution building and management; and training and professional development.

37.2    The Advisory Council may provide its advice at the request of the Executive Board. The role of the Advisory Council is solely to provide advice to the NCAC and it will not be responsible for the implementation of any activities of the NCAC.

37.3    At the request of the Executive Board, the Advisory Council may also provide technical assistance and public relations or undertake other functions as may be determined, to the extent that any such additional functions are consistent with NCAC’s objectives.
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