Lisbon Court of Appeal | “ex aequo et bono” | Motivation of Arbitral Awards | Procedural guarantees | 15-03-2016 | Case #049

Lisbon Court of Appeal Date: 15-03-2016 Case Nr. 871/15.6YRLSB-7 LINK DGSI Headline: An arbitral award may only be set aside if extremely exceptional circumstances occur, such as the violation of fundamental principles of due process that may have had an influence in the outcome of the case. An arbitral award is sufficiently motivated if it […]

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Supreme Court of Justice (Portugal) | Ex Aequo et Bono | Motivation of the Arbitral Award | 22-09-2016 | Case #003

Supreme Court of Justice Date: 22-09-2016 Case Nr. 660/15.8YRLSB.L1.S1 LINK DGSI Headlines: The arbitrators shall not be deemed as deciding a case according to “ex aequo et bono” if they are merely applying a substantive legal rule that calls for the decision to be based on a “equity” criterion. The arbitral award should be considered […]

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