Who is Supreme Appointing Authority?
Article 10-1 of CODAC Arbitration Rules
Supreme Appointing Authority
Supreme Appointing Authority is a natural person determined by the Parties before the constitution of Tribunal and has all the powers set forth in these Rules, as well as any discretion granted by the Secretary or Parties, under the prior agreement or Arbitration Agreement; or at the first Hearing, granted under the notice served by the presiding arbitrator (in case that Tribunal consists at least three arbitrators) or a sole arbitrator (in case that Tribunal consists one arbitrator) in order to facilitate, remove the impediments and correct the arbitral conduct.. The authorities granted by the above-mentioned persons may not be in breach of the powers conferred through the present Rules.
If the parties to the disputes have not designated the Supreme Appointing Authority, waht is the solution?
Article 10-2 of CODAC Arbitration Rules
In the event that the Parties do not select, disagree, refuse or be silenced regarding the nomination of the Supreme Appointing Authority, or delegate the CODAC to make such decision, the managing director of the Club may designate himself or a third party as the Supreme Appointing Authority.
If Supreme Appointing Authority has not perform its duty?
Article 10-3 of CODAC Arbitration Rules
If Supreme Appointing Authority, for any reason, does not or cannot perform its duties and powers within two months of the Secretary’s request, the managing director of the Club shall have the right to designate, on its discretion, the substitute Supreme Appointing Authority. The substitute Supreme Appointing Authority has the same powers as the former had.