Commentary

58.7 Obviously wrong or a question of general public importance and the tribunal’s decision is at least open to serious doubt

ARBITRATION AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION vol 3(1)
| Commentary

58.7 Obviously wrong or a question of general public importance and the tribunal’s decision is at least open to serious doubt

| Commentary

58.7 Obviously wrong or a question of general public importance and the tribunal’s decision is at least open to serious doubt

One of the limited grounds for appeal on a point of law under Arbitration Act 1996 Section 69, is where the court is satisfied that, on the basis of the findings of fact in the award, either1:

  1. 58.7.1

        the decision of the tribunal on the question is obviously wrong; or

  2. 58.7.2

        the question is one of general public importance and the decision of the tribunal is at least open to serious doubt.

By way of guidance on this ground, the

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