arbitrament


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arbitrament

1 the decision or award made by an arbitrator upon a disputed matter.
2 the power or authority to pronounce such a decision.

ARBITRAMENT. A term nearly synonymous with arbitration. (q.v.)

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i]t is called an Arbitrament, because that the Parties have willingly submitted their Differences to others, to determine them arbitrarily, and according to their own Opinions and Judgments as honest and disinterested Men, and not according to the Law.
Henry Horwitz et James Oldham rapportent par exemple l'acte entre Thomas Tookie et Thomas Atwood en 1697, deux marchands londoniens qui acceptent de soumettre tout differend a l'arbitrage, posant comine peine la somme de cinq cents livres afin d'executer << the award, order, arbitrament, final end and determination >> formes par deux autres citoyens londoniens (80).
While he notes that "the arbitrament of battle for the possession of the women has long ceased" among civilized peoples, Darwin does acknowledge that a man is more likely to be the rival of other men (2004, 628).