If the arbitration is to be made by a single arbitrator, the clause of the contract could provide that the arbitrator: b) must be an exchange of letters, telex, telegrams or other telecommunications means that provide a recording of the agreement; or third parties who have established or established legal relationships with the corporation (including existing, past or future counterparties of the corporation) may at any time agree to link this arbitration agreement in a contract with the corporation or in any other document that will be addressed to the corporation. II. The recommended arbitration agreement where the legal relationship with which it is concluded is not contractual in nature: if the arbitrator designates a party as the dominant party in circumstances where the dominant party has won certain claims and counter-claims, the arbitrator of the parties or the lead parties may pay a reasonable percentage of the legal fees and fees appropriately incurred by the party in power in the context of arbitration. The court was satisfied that all of these criteria were in place, which meant that the clause was an effective compromise clause. However, the court had to decide on the meaning of the phrase “both parties, by mutual agreement, to dismiss any dispute.” The defendant argued that this meant that the parties had already reached an agreement or “mutual consent” and had already decided, through the contract entered into by them, to refer “any dispute” that might arise between them for arbitration. It considered that as soon as the contract, which contained a compromise clause, was concluded, the parties had given “mutual consent”. The applicant considered that the compromise clause was merely an agreement to accept or not. Before a dispute can be referred to arbitration proceedings, there must be another “mutual consent” of the parties, which must be obtained in the event of the dispute in question, before the dispute can be referred to that dispute resolution procedure. It considered that the condition of such a reference was the “mutual consent” of the parties who were not in place with respect to the disputes that have been the subject of this proceeding.