The plaintiff resisted an application for a stay of his action for an arbitration on the basis that his lack of funds would make it impossible to take part in an arbitration.
References:  QB 436
This case is cited by:
- Cited – Trustee of Property of Alan Andrews v Brock Buildings (Kessingland) Limited CA 21-Nov-1996
An impecunious plaintiff who resisted an application to stay proceedings in order to allow an arbitration can be required to show the cause of his inability to fund the action. . .
(Gazette 05-Feb-97, Times 09-Dec-96, ,  EWCA Civ 1023,  QB 674)
- Cited – Malekout v Medical Sickness Annuity and Life Assurance Society Limited CA 21-May-1998
The plaintiff sought to appeal against a stay of his action so that it could be referred to arbitration. His claim was under insurance policies containing clauses providing for arbitration of disputes.
Held: The judge had failed to take . .
(,  EWCA Civ 872)
These lists may be incomplete.
Last Update: 27 November 2020; Ref: scu.192639