1. Any dispute arising between two or more Members, concerning any matter relating to the affairs of the Association and which cannot be settled by the parties concerned, shall be submitted to the General Assembly for a decision,

  2. If such dispute is not settled by the General Assembly, it shall be referred to an arbitration tribunal for settlement.

  3. a ) An arbitration tribunal referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article shall consist of the following:
         i ) a nominee of each party to the dispute; and
         ii) a person nominated by the unanimous decision of the arbitrators nominated by the parties in terms of this sub-paragraph, provided that where such arbitrators are unable to arrive at unanimous decision such person shall be nominated by the chairman.
    b ) The person nominated in terms of sub-paragraph (a) (ii) of this paragraph shall be the Chairman of the arbitration tribunal.
    c ) A decision of the arbitration tribunal shall be final and binding on the parties to the dispute.  Where the members of the arbitration tribunal are unable to arrive at a unanimous decision, the decision of the majority of the members of the arbitration tribunal shall be deemed to be the decision of the arbitration tribunal.

  4. The parties to a dispute may, with the approval of the Executive Committee Members, jointly decide on any other mode of settlement of the dispute.