(1) At the end of an arbitration, the arbitrator must make an award.
(2) The award must include a concise statement setting out:
(a) the arbitrator's reasons for making the award; and
(b) the arbitrator's findings of fact in the matter, referring to the evidence on which the findings are based.
(3) The award must:
(a) be mechanically or electronically printed; and
(b) be contained in a single document.
(4) The arbitrator must:
(a) give a copy of the award to each party to the award; and
(b) if the award was made in an arbitration under section 13E of the Act--inform the court that ordered the arbitration that:
(i) the arbitration has ended; and
(ii) an award has been made in relation to all, or part, of the proceeding to which the arbitration relates.