If a party1 to arbitral proceedings takes part, or continues to take part, in the proceedings without making, either forthwith or within such time as is allowed by the arbitration agreement2 or the arbitral tribunal3 or by any provision of Part I of the Arbitration Act 19964, any objection that5:
(1) the tribunal lacks substantive jurisdiction6;
(2) the proceedings have been improperly conducted7;
(3) there has been a failure to comply with the arbitration agreement or with any provision of Part I8; or
(4) there has been any other irregularity affecting the tribunal or the proceedings9,
he may not raise
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