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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