| Commentary

58.9 Appeal procedure

| Commentary

58.9 Appeal procedure

Applications for permission to appeal must state the question of law that is the subject of the appeal and the grounds for the appeal1. Applications will generally be decided on paper without an oral hearing, unless the court decides that a hearing is appropriate2. Only the following documents are generally admissible on an appeal under the Arbitration Act 1996 Section 69:

  1. 58.9.1

        the relevant contract and the award3; and

  2. 58.9.2

        any document referred to in the award which the court needs to review in order to determine the application4.

A hearing may be warranted where an application under

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