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Thank you very much. That is what I thought. I'm just a bit confused as my solicitors suggest an arbitrator judge has the same powers? They say the arbitrator can make directions for expert evidence, such as valuations of the assets in question.
Based on what you’ve said, it sounds like Court is the better option as compliance is a major issue. Arbitration is fab if both parties are onboard and willing to comply with the requirements. But where one party isn’t playing by the rules, you need the court to exercise its powers to force disclosure etc.