- Claims — Arbitration — National treatment, de facto treatment — National treatment, de jure treatment — Arbitral tribunals — Appeals — Judges — Refugees
This chapter discusses the appointment of decision-makers in the claims process. Topics covered include who makes decisions on claims and by whom such decision-makers are appointed; whether procedures to assure that the decision-makers are impartial and independent are included; and time commitments expected of the decision-makers. An Editors’ Commentary and separate Annotations show how each of these Mass Claims Processes has handled the matter.
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