Since the tribunal is empowered to determine all procedural and evidential matters (subject to any agreement of the parties)2, the courts will be hesitant to interfere with a tribunal’s procedural decisions3.
On applications under this head4, the courts have considered issues such as:
the tribunal’s delay in publishing an award within the period agreed by the parties under the applicable institutional rules5;
whether an award should have been declaratory only (and not monetary)6;
whether an award should have been confined to liability (and not remedies
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