| Commentary

58.3 Facts and law

| Commentary

58.3 Facts and law

The parties are confined by the findings of fact made in the award1, and the courts will not consider whether the tribunal was right to make a particular finding of fact to be a question of law for the purpose of an appeal under the Arbitration Act 1996 Section 692. However, it has been held that in circumstances where there was ‘no evidence of any kind’ to support a tribunal’s finding, that could give rise to recourse under Section 693.

Where the relevant finding by the tribunal is a mixed finding of law and fact, there will

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