Commentary

158 Settlement by the court in default of arbitration

BUILDING SOCIETIES vol 6(1)
| Commentary

158 Settlement by the court in default of arbitration

| Commentary

158 Settlement by the court in default of arbitration

The High Court may hear and determine certain disputes normally excluded from its jurisdiction1 if, on the application of any person concerned, it appears to the court that application has been made by either party to the dispute to the other party for the purpose of having the dispute settled by arbitration, and that either arbitrators have not been appointed within 40 days of that application, or the arbitrators have refused, or have neglected for a period of 21 days, to proceed with the reference or make an award2

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