Lloyd's Law Reports

K v A

[2020] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 28


Before Mr Justice Popplewell

Sale of goods (fob) – Payment of price – Seller emailing invoice to broker directing buyer to make payment to specified bank account – Fraudster intercepting email and directing payment to be made to fraudulent account – Buyer making payment to fraudulent account – Whether risk of fraud on buyer or seller – Whether buyer complied with contractual payment obligation – Whether arbitration tribunal erred in law – Whether serious irregularity – Arbitration Act 1996, sections 68 and 69.

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