Ways in which the misconduct by an arbitrator might arise

The High Court can remove an arbitrator where he has misconducted himself.

Explain three ways in which the misconduct by an arbitrator might arise

The High Court can remove an arbitrator where he has misconducted himself.

Such misconduct may arise:

  • Where he has accepted a bribe.
  • Where he is secretly interested in the subject matter.
  • Where he has refused to state a case for the opinion of the court on a material part of law.



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