Appeals under s.69 of the English Arbitration Act rarely succeed, but in a recent case, the English Court allowed an appeal, helpfully setting out the “guiding principles of fundamental importance” when considering s.69 applications.
The English Court dismisses an appeal under s.69 of the Act, highlighting the limited circumstances in which parties will be allowed to appeal arbitration awards on a point of law.
The HK High Court refuses leave to appeal an award under the Schedule to the Ordinance, finding that the Arbitrator was “not obviously wrong”.
The Court refuses to set aside or remit an arbitration award arising out of a project in Macau, rejecting arguments that the employer was unable to present its case or that the tribunal failed to deal with all the issues.
The HK Court dismisses an application for setting aside and remission of awards on the grounds of serious irregularity and alleged failure to present case, with a helpful restatement of the applicable legal principles.
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