700 to 1000 words. "if arbitrability is a limitation imposed by law, again, the tribunal has no power to decide the grievance brought to them. Arbitrability can be a barrier to arbitration and this issue is either raised as a challenge to the tribunal’ s jurisdiction during the referral stage or as a challenge to the award during the enforcement stage. Although the viewpoint might resonate similarities under English law, during the referral stage a challenge based on lack of arbitrability confronts the arbitral tribunal’s jurisdiction to rule the dispute just as it would in other jurisdictions. As a result, if the subject matter is not capable of settlement by arbitration, the arbitral tribunal has no jurisdiction to adjudicate the impasse.”
Oliveira, “The English law approach to arbitrability of disputes” (International Arbitration Law Review (2016) Int. A.L.R. 155).
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