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(a) The arbitrator's decision must be written. The original shall be filed with the commissioner and served on the parties within the time limits set out in AS 36.30.695 (b).
(b) In the decision, the arbitrator shall state the relief granted and shall provide sufficient detail to make the basis of the arbitrator's resolution of the claim clear. Findings of fact and conclusions of law are not required if the arbitrator considers them unnecessary to an understanding of the arbitrator's reasoning.
(c) In the decision, the arbitrator shall identify the prevailing party in the claim or state that there is no prevailing party.
(d) In the decision, the arbitrator shall state whether the expenses of the arbitrator, including the arbitrator's fees, any required travel, and any other expenses of the arbitrator, shall be borne equally by the parties or assessed in whole or part against a specified party.
History: Eff. 5/26/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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