Circumstances when the court might set aside an arbitration award

Explain three circumstances when the court might set aside an arbitration award

Circumstances when the court might set aside an arbitration award

  • the incapacity of a party or invalidity of the arbitration agreement;
  • a failure to notify an arbitrator appointment or initiation of proceedings;
  • the award was beyond the scope of the arbitration agreement;
  • invalid constitution of the arbitral tribunal;
  • The subject matter was not arbitratable (not capable of resolution by arbitration); and violation of public policy.



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