A person alleged to be a party1 to arbitral proceedings but who takes no part in the proceedings may question2:
(1) whether there is a valid arbitration agreement3;
(2) whether the arbitral tribunal4 is properly constituted5; or
(3) what matters have been submitted to arbitration in accordance with the arbitration agreement6,
by proceedings in the court7 for a declaration or injunction or other appropriate relief8. He also has the same right
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