Commentary

44 Enforcement of peremptory orders of the arbitral tribunal

ARBITRATION AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION vol 3(1)
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44 Enforcement of peremptory orders of the arbitral tribunal

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44 Enforcement of peremptory orders of the arbitral tribunal

A peremptory order is an interim order made by an arbitral tribunal which repeats an earlier interim order or direction of the tribunal that, without sufficient cause, has not yet been complied with, and sets a final deadline for compliance1. If a peremptory order has been made but not complied with, the tribunal may use the range of sanctions set out in the Arbitration Act 1996 Section 412, including making such order as it sees fit as to the payment of costs incurred in consequence of the non-compliance. However, the prospect of such sanctions may not be sufficiently powerful to

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