1. Where an arbitration clause contained in the regulations of an IF requires no “decision” but rather a dispute, the CAS feels sufficiently authorized to co-decide on all of the submitted opinions, positions, and/or interpretations relating to the basic dispute. In this regard, CAS jurisdiction cannot be denied simply because one of the parties’ position/opinion relating to the dispute has been expressed in a separate “decision”. In this context, a subsidiary prayer for relief has to be construed as being made in connection with the appeal against the Decision. In such circumstances CAS has jurisdiction to entertain a subsidiary prayer for relief.