Commentary

259 Application to the court to determine a point of law

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

259 Application to the court to determine a point of law

| Commentary

259 Application to the court to determine a point of law

Either party may apply to the High Court (upon notice to the other party) to determine a question of law1 arising in the course of the proceedings. No application can be made without the consent of the parties or the permission of the arbitrator. Where the applicant relies upon the permission of the arbitrator the court must be satisfied that a ruling on the point of law is likely to produce a substantial saving in costs and the application was made without delay2.

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