Case study—application to set aside appointment of sole arbitrator (AA 1996, s 17)—acknowledgment of service
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Case study—application to set aside appointment of sole arbitrator (AA 1996, s 17)—acknowledgment of service

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS OF ENGLAND AND WALES
COMMERCIAL COURT (QBD)
Claim No
ClaimantJFK Ltd
(ref: 1234)
DefendantLHR Ltd

Tick and complete sections A–D as appropriate.

In all cases you must complete sections E and F.

Section A

[X] I do not intend to contest this claim

Section B

[X] I intend to contest this claim

Give brief details of any different remedy you are seeking.

The Defendant seeks an order:

    1. 1

      Pursuant to section 18(3)(b) of the Arbitration Act 1996, confirming the appointment of Mr Jones as sole arbitrator.

    1. 2

      That the Claimant’s application be dismissed.

    1. 3

      That the Claimant pay the Defendant’s costs of defending the Claimant’s application and of making this cross-application.

Section C

[X] I intend to dispute the court’s jurisdiction

[Please note, any application must be filed within 14 days of the date on which you file this acknowledgment of service.]

The court office at [insert relevant court office]

When corresponding with the court, please address forms or letters to the Court Manager and quote the claim manager.

Section D

[X] I intend to rely on written evidence

My written evidence:

  1. [X] is filed with this form

  2. [X] will be filed and served within 21 days

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