| Commentary

59 Exhaustion of arbitral procedures

| Commentary

59 Exhaustion of arbitral procedures

Before seeking to challenge an award under the Arbitration Act 1996 Sections 67 to 691, a party must first exhaust:

  1. 59.1

        any available arbitral process of appeal or review2; and

  2. 59.2

        any available recourse under Section 57 of the 1996 Act for correction of the award or the rendering of an additional award3,

even if the party contends that it is not party to the arbitration agreement4.

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