In what circumstances may a party challenge an arbitral award in the High Court

The High Court may set aside an arbitral award on application if it is satisfied that:
One of the parties to agreement had no capacity to contract
The arbitration agreement was not valid in law.
The award is contrary to public policy in Kenya
The arbitral tribunal was not appointed in accordance with the agreement.
The dispute was not capable of resolution arbitration
The applicant was not afforded an opportunity to appoint the arbitrator.
The arbitral award deals with a dispute not contemplated the parties



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