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Lloyd's Law Reports


[1983] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 472


Before Sir John Donaldson, M.R. Lord Justice Dillon and Sir George Baker

Arbitration - Award - Leave to appeal - Award found plaintiff guilty of discreditable conduct on four out of the 10 counts - Whether plaintiff entitled to injunction restraining defendants from taking further steps under s. 20 of Lloyd's Act - Whether leave to appeal should be granted - Whether award should be set aside for misconduct - Lloyd's Act, 1871.

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