Ask a Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Just to be clear, there is an award from arbitration? Where do these costs come from?
But you had an award in your favour?
Please just answer the question for me please.
How much did the arbitration award you?How much did they award them?
Ok - so if you owe them £960 and they owe you £3965 in rief what is the issue today?
So what are you asking? Whether you can appeal the decision?
Does it not say the decision is binding?
Ok - if you disagree with the award then you can appeal it.
I would recommend you instruct a barrister to draft the grounds of appeal for you. This would cost you around £250 - £500
Again, I would also suggest that they represent you at the High Court.
You can appeal if:
1) The decision was wrong in law,
2) The decision was wrong in procedure, or
3) The decision was one which no reasonable person could have made.I think that based on the huge details of what you have put, that you do have an argument to be had to appeal.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Have you read the above?
It would be number 3.
The Arbitrator didnt fully take into account your submissions. It would be on that basis.
They didnt give you written cancellation notice and you were misled.
Its on that basis.
Does that clarify?
Indeed. All the best Toby. If I could ask you to rate my answer before you go today, by clicking on the 5 stars or happy face, otherwise the site does not pay me for the time spent with you today. It is also an important part of the online process. Thank you in advance and good luck!
Just click the 5 stars at the bottom or happy face.
I would recommend a public access barrister which you can find at: