(cf Act No 43 1983, section 5)(1) The senior judicial officer of the court may appoint suitable persons to be arbitrators to hear and determine referred proceedings.(2) A person is not eligible to be appointed as an arbitrator unless the person is a former judicial officer, a barrister nominated by the Bar Council or a solicitor nominated by the Law Society Council.(3) The senior judicial officer concerned may, and if the nominating body so requests in writing must, revoke an appointment under this section.(4) An appointment, or revocation of appointment, of an arbitrator is to be made by instrument in writing signed by the senior judicial officer.(5) An arbitrator may resign office by instrument in writing delivered to the senior judicial officer.(6) An arbitrator is entitled to such remuneration as the Minister may from time to time determine.(7) An arbitrator’s remuneration is to be paid out of money provided by Parliament.