Commentary

57.11 Irregularity in conduct of proceedings or in the award which is admitted by the tribunal or by any arbitral or other institution or person vested by the parties with powers in relation to the proceedings or the award

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57.11 Irregularity in conduct of proceedings or in the award which is admitted by the tribunal or by any arbitral or other institution or person vested by the parties with powers in relation to the proceedings or the award

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57.11 Irregularity in conduct of proceedings or in the award which is admitted by the tribunal or by any arbitral or other institution or person vested by the parties with powers in relation to the proceedings or the award1

A successful challenge has been brought under this head in circumstances where the tribunal subsequently discovered that a party had ceased to exist at the time of its partial award2, and where the tribunal subsequently admitted that it had overlooked a particular matter3. A dissenting arbitrator has no authority to make any admission on behalf of

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