An application to challenge an award on the grounds of lack of substantive jurisdiction or serious irregularity or an appeal on a question of law1 may not be brought if the applicant or appellant has not first exhausted any available arbitral process2 of appeal or review, and any available recourse for the correction of an award and additional awards3. Any application or appeal must be brought within 28 days4 of the date of the award5 or, if there has been any arbitral process of appeal or review, of the date when the applicant or appellant was notified of the
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