Confidentiality of arbitrations court of appeal judgmentby edward crosse clifford chance llprelated contentin a welcome decision for businesses the court of appeal has unanimously held that challenges in court to an aspect of arbitration proceedings should generally be heard in privatefree practical law trialto access this resource sign up for a free 14 day trial of practical lawfree . The english court of appeal dismissed an appeal brought against a recent high court decision to stay a winding up petition in favour of arbitration proceedings in salford estates no 2 limited v altomart limited 2014 ewca 575 civ agreements to arbitrate are generally strictly enforced under s91 arbitration act 1996. When does the arbitration act 1996 apply to challenges appeals sections 67 69 of the act apply where the seat of the arbitration is in england wales or northern ireland the seat means the place designated by the parties or the relevant arbitral institution the tribunal as seat for that arbitration. The court thus held that sub section 4 of s 2 of the arbitration and conciliation act 1996 makes the arbitration and conciliation act 1996 except sub section 1 of ss 40 41 and 43 of the act applicable to the statutory arbitration provided under the interest on delayed payments to the small scale and ancillary undertaking act 1993 as
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