Singapore Court of Appeal espouses Standards to be met when Setting Aside an Arbitral Award; Reinforces Singapore’s Pro-Arbitration Policy

In a judgment delivered on 31 March 2014, the Singapore Court of Appeal reinforced Singapore’s pro-arbitration stance by reinstating parts of an arbitral award that had previously been set aside, in its entirety, by the High Court. This case, AKN and another v ALC and others and other appeals [2015] SGCA 18 (“AKN v ALC”), is noteworthy for prescriptively setting out a number of important principles concerning the setting aside of arbitral awards.

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