| Commentary

57.2 Serious irregularity

| Commentary

57.2 Serious irregularity

The Arbitration Act 1996 Section 68(2) sets out an exhaustive list of nine circumstances in which a party may apply to the court challenging an award on the ground of serious irregularity1:

  1. 57.2.1

        failure by the tribunal to comply with its general duty under Section 33 of the 1996 Act;

  2. 57.2.2

        the tribunal exceeding its powers (otherwise than by exceeding its substantive jurisdiction);

  3. 57.2.3

        failure by the tribunal to conduct the proceedings in accordance with the procedure agreed by the parties;

  4. 57.2.4

        failure by the tribunal to deal with all the issues that were put to it;

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