| Commentary

58.2 Question of law

| Commentary

58.2 Question of law

A ‘question of law’ will encompass the tribunal’s identification of all material rules of statute and common law, the identification and interpretation of the relevant parts of the contract, and the identification of those facts that must be taken into account in order to reach a decision1. Questions as to whether an agreement has been concluded2, the construction of an instrument3, the construction of a statute4, the exercise of a discretion5, and whether the tribunal has addressed a key question or directed itself correctly by reference to the appropriate considerations6, have all been held to constitute

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