The Person Appointed by Two Parties to Settle a Dispute is Known As: - Current Affairs Including General Knowledge

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The person appointed by two parties to settle a dispute is  known as:

Options

  • Judge

  • Arbitrator

  • Solicitor

  • Conciliator

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Solution

The person appointed by two parties to settle a dispute is  known as Arbitrator

Explanation:

An arbitrator is an independent person or body officially appointed to settle a dispute.

Concept: Polity Current Affair (Entrance Exam)
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