Unless otherwise agreed by the parties1, a party to arbitral proceedings may (upon notice2 to the other parties and to the arbitral tribunal3) appeal to the court4 on a question of law5 arising out of an award made in the proceedings6. An appeal must not be brought except with the agreement of all the other parties to the proceedings, or with the permission of the court7. Permission to appeal must be given only if the court is satisfied8:
(1) that the determination of the question will substantially affect the rights of one or more of the parties9;
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