Alexander J. Bělohlávek, Univ. Professor, Dr.iur., Mgr., Dipl. Ing. oec/MB, Dr.h.c. Lawyer admitted and practising in Prague/CZE (Branch N.J./US), Senior Partner of the Law Offices Bělohlávek, Dept. of Law, Faculty of Economics, Ostrava, CZE, Dept. of Int. and European Law, Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, Brno, CZE (visiting), Chairman of the Commission on Arbitration ICC National Committee CZE, Arbitrator in Prague, Vienna, Kiev etc. Member of ASA, DIS, Austrian Arb. Association. The President of the WJA – the World Jurist Association, Washington D.C./USA.
35C.I. STRIKING OFF THE LIST AS AN ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION The ArbAct lays down three versions for removal (striking off) from the list of arbitrators for consumer disputes: (i) cases where the MoJ must strike off an arbitrator (i.e. the MoJ is required to perform such striking off), (ii) cases where it may strike off an arbitrator (there is certain room for discretion), and (iii) cases where it may perform a temporary striking off. The Ministry (MoJ) strikes off (is obliged to strike off)2 an arbitrator if an arbitrator registered in the list of arbitrators for consumer disputes: