issue by issue voting
- - последовательное голосование по поставленным вопросам, метод принятия составом арбитража арбитражного решения. Так как ответ на вопрос может в значительной степени зависеть от того, как он сформулирован, формулировка вопросов, подлежащих рассмотрению, может сама по себе представлять вопрос, выносимый на голосование.
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