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184 (1) The parties to an arbitration must, when ordered by the arbitrator, submit to being examined by the arbitrator and must produce all relevant records that the arbitrator may require.

  • (2) The arbitrator must allow each party adequate opportunity to present and rebut evidence.
  • (3) A person who is not a party to a dispute may give evidence only if
  • (a) the person consents to give evidence, and
  • (b) the person is requested to give evidence by a party to the dispute.
  • (4) The arbitrator may admit evidence that the arbitrator considers relevant to the issues in dispute, whether or not that evidence would be admissible in a court.
  • (5) The arbitrator may require that a party or a witness give evidence on oath or affirmation, and may administer the oath or affirmation.

1998-43-184, effective July 1, 2000 (B.C. Reg. 43/2000); 1999-21-36, effective July 1, 2000 (B.C. Reg. 43/2000); 2022-41-24.