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 ====== Can the Court intervene in procedural decisions of a Tribunal? ====== ====== Can the Court intervene in procedural decisions of a Tribunal? ======
-The ability of a Court to intervene in any arbitral process is under the new UNCITRAL model limited. +Under the new UNCITRAL model, the ability of a Court to intervene in any arbitral process is limited. 
-====== Cases ======+===== Cases =====
   * [[Arnwell v Teilaboot|Arnwell Pty Ltd v Teilaboot Pty Ltd & Ors]] (([2010] VSC 123))   * [[Arnwell v Teilaboot|Arnwell Pty Ltd v Teilaboot Pty Ltd & Ors]] (([2010] VSC 123))

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