| Commentary

58.8 Just and proper

| Commentary

58.8 Just and proper

When considering whether it is ‘just and proper’ for the court to determine the question of law1, the court will take into account any substantial injustice that the respondent to the application will suffer if permission to appeal under the Arbitration Act 1996 Section 69 is granted2, as well as the wider circumstances of the case3.

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