عنوان مقاله [English]
The rendering of an arbitral award by an arbitrator does not mean the termination of the mandate. The arbitral award may involve several enforcement problems and may require some completions or corrections. Therefore, the role of the arbitrator after rendering the arbitral award is excessively significant and arises some debates such as the scope and limits of arbitrator's intervention. Is the arbitrator competent to render an additional award on subject-matters that have been neglected for any reason? What should be done with the typographical errors or misprints? In the course of arbitration, the arbitrator may make some statements in contradiction with his award and may also make fundamental mistakes in the mentioned award. It is possible that some criminal or civil liability actions being brought against the arbitrator that can lead to his conviction that will be contrary to the arbitral award. Also, the question remains whether the arbitrator is entitled to defend the validity of his rendered award and to intervene in any relevant cases for any reason. These debates and some other issues that can be faced in practice are discussed in this article.