Irvani v Irvani: CA 10 Feb 2000

An arbitration award should be refused where a party could show that he had not been allowed to present his case properly. The claimant had acted as a litigant in person. The judge hearing the appeal had refused to hear certain aspects of the case, but those aspects revealed cases coming under the heading of making the party ‘unable to present his case’. Some of the findings suggested that she had taken into account matters not disclosed to the applicant.


Times 10-Feb-2000


Arbitration Act 1996 103(2)(c)


England and Wales

Arbitration, Natural Justice

Updated: 10 May 2022; Ref: scu.82428