Challenging an arbitral award, Business Law and Ethics

Challenging an Arbitral Award

Conversely a party dissatisfied through an arbitral award any challenge that it in the High Court and the High Court might set it aside whether it is satisfied that as:

  1. If One of the parties to the arbitration agreement had no capacity to contract and
  2. Whether the arbitration agreement was not valid under the law
  3. Or whether the award is contrary for public policy in US
  4. Or whether he award is contrary for public policy in US
  5. Or if the arbitral tribunal was not appointed in accordance by the agreement
  6. Or whether the applicant as dissatisfied party was not afforded an opportunity to participate in the appointment of the arbitrator
  7. Or whether the arbitral award deals by a dispute not contemplated with the parties.
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