| Commentary

56.5 Appeals

| Commentary

56.5 Appeals

If a party wishes to appeal against the court’s decision on the challenge, it must apply for leave to do so1. The Court of Appeal has limited jurisdiction to grant leave to appeal in circumstances where the trial judge has exceeded his jurisdiction2 or acted unfairly3. The Court of Appeal will require good grounds before granting leave to appeal, consistent with the courts’ policy to avoid delays to ‘the resolution of disputes by the contractual machinery of arbitration’4.

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