1. A finding by the courts of two instances that an arbitration award is unenforceable is essentially a consequence of the judicially confirmed invalidity of the award, depriving it of force and effect.
2. The objective invalidity [of the arbitration award] could occur only if the scope of authority of the arbitration court was not specified at all or was extended generally, without closer description, to any and all disputes between the parties.
Publication date: 30-12-1926 | Case no.: I C 2009/24Key issues: arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award