The court has always had the power to stay proceedings in favour of arbitration under its inherent jurisdiction to control proceedings. To a large extent that jurisdiction has been overtaken by the statutory jurisdiction now conferred to stay legal proceedings1. However, there is still scope for the exercise of the inherent jurisdiction. In cases where an arbitration agreement does not satisfy the requirements of the Arbitration Act 1996,
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