Basic Construction Co. signed a contract to build some buildings for the State University of New York. Basic hired Stone as supervising architect. One of Stoneā€™s duties was to personally arbitrate disputes that might arise between Basic Construction Company and the state of New York. A subcontractor sued both Basic and Stone on a dispute that had been arbitrated by someone other than Stone. Stone claimed that he could not be held liable because the decision had been made by a person to whom Stone had delegated his duties as arbitrator. Is Stone liable?

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