Grounds for invalidating a contract
The court rejected the challenge ruling: There is nothing in [the FAA] or any other [law] which gives the court the power, in a summary proceeding, to remove an arbitrator named in the arbitration agreement between the parties. The court rejected the pre-hearing challenge: Indeed, the FAA permits us to consider arbitrator bias only in the context of a post-award challenge. Coaches had signed a contract calling for arbitration of disputes before the league commissioner. Erving requested that a neutral arbitrator be appointed. the court resolves all disputed facts and any uncertainties or doubts about the state of the controlling law in favor of (Metropolitan).
(citation omitted) [The franchisee] argues that [b]oth the Federal Arbitration Act and the Illinois Uniform Arbitration Act require a court to vacate an award on the grounds of evident partiality by the arbitrator. The coaches sought another arbitrator on the basis that the commissioner would be biased. Without elaboration, the court ruled for Erving: Under the circumstances, arbitration should proceed before a neutral arbitrator and the order so provides., 422 S. Metropolitans factual allegations to support the injunction were that prior to his appointment, Penneys party arbitrator traveled to Penneys office, received hospitality, reviewed relevant document and discussed the merits of the case with Penney officials.
ASSOCIATION Standard Policy Forms, Proposal Forms and Clauses, Etc. A.) 100 AVN 66 LONDON MARKET AVIATION PRODUCTS LIABILITY POLICY WORDING 100 AVN 67B AIRLINE FINANCE/LEASE CONTRACT ENDORSEMENT 108 AVN 67B AIRLINE FINANCE/LEASE CONTRACT ENDORSEMENT (HULL WAR) 110 AVN 67C AIRLINE FINANCE/LEASE CONTRACT ENDORSEMENT 112 AVN 67C AIRLINE FINANCE/LEASE CONTRACT ENDORSEMENT (HULL WAR) 114 AVN 68 CREW EXCLUSION CLAUSE 116 AVN 69 LONDON AIRCRAFT INSURANCE POLICY (USA) 117 AVN 71 NUCLEAR RISKS EXCLUSION CLAUSE 130 AVN 72 CONTRACTS (RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES) ACT 1999 EXCLUSION CLAUSE 130 AVN 73 LIABILITY TO PILOTS AND CREW CLAUSE 131 AVN 74 PILOT INDEMNITY CLAUSE 131 AVN 75 FLYING CLOTHING AND EFFECTS CLAUSE 131 AVN 76 SUPPLEMENTARY PAYMENTS CLAUSE 132 AVN 77 UNAUTHORIZED USE CLAUSE 132 AVN 78 FORCED LANDING CLAUSE 132 AVN 79 UNEARNED PREMIUM INSURANCE CLAUSE 132 AVN 80 MEDICAL AND RELATED EXPENSES INCLUSION CLAUSE 133 AVN 81 OUT OF NOTIFIED HOURS CLAUSE 133 AVN 82 NO CLAIM BONUS CLAUSE 133 AVN 83 NO CLAIM BONUS CLAUSE 133 AVN 84 NO CLAIM BONUS ON RENEWAL CLAUSE 134 AVN 85 NO CLAIM BONUS ON RENEWAL CLAUSE 134 AVN 86 PROFIT COMMISSION CLAUSE 134 PROFIT COMMISSION CLAUSE 134 AVN 88 PROFIT COMMISSION ON RENEWAL CLAUSE 135 AVN 89 INNOCENT OPERATORS COVERAGE CLAUSE 135 AVN 90 FERRY FLIGHT ENDORSEMENT 135 AVN 91 TRESPASSERS COST CLAUSE 136 AVN 92 CARGO LEGAL LIABILITY ENDORSEMENT 136 AVN 93 WORK IN PROGRESS ENDORSEMENT 137 AVN 94 BREACH OF AIR NAVIGATION REGULATIONS CLAUSE 137 AVN 95 CIVIL USE OF MOD AIRFIELDS ENDORSEMENT 138 AVN 96 ASBESTOS EXCLUSION CLAUSE 138 AVN 97 ARBITRATION CLAUSE 139 AVN 98 AVIATION PRODUCTS, GROUNDING AND OTHER AVIATION LIABILITIES INSURANCE 140 AVN 99 AIRCRAFT FINANCE/LEASE CONTRACT -CONTINUING LIABILITY ENDORSEMENT 167 AVN 100 FRAUDULENT CLAIMS 169 AVN 101 ADDITIONAL INSURED(S) ENDORSEMENT 170 AVN 102 WAIVER OF SUBROGATION ENDORSEMENT 1A DATE RECOGNITION EXCLUSION CLAUSE 1A DATE RECOGNITION LIMITED COVERAGE CLAUSE 1A DATE RECOGNITION LIMITED COVERAGE CLAUSE 1A DATE RECOGNITION LIMITED COVERAGE CLAUSE. An award in writing of any two shall determine the amount of loss. The insurance afforded by this Policy shall not enure directly or indirectly to the benefit of any carrier or bailee. The insurance shall then be increased by the value of the completed repairs until the amount of insurance is fully reinstated or the Policy has expired. The Insured shall do nothing after loss to prejudice such rights. Delivery of such written notice either by the Insured or by the Underwriters shall be equivalent to mailing.
Part I Included is a selection of Forms and Endorsements commonly used in the Aviation Market and reproduced by kind permission of Lloyd's Underwriters' Non- Marine Association Limited, the Institute of London Underwriters and certain Underwriters and Companies. 174 AVN 104 AIRPORT LIABILITY INSURANCE 175 AVN 105 AVIATION FUELLING LIABILITY INSURANCE 182 AVN 106 FUELLING GROUNDING LIABILITY EXTENSION 189 Headings and marginal captions are inserted for the purpose of convenient reference only and are not to be deemed part of this Policy. The Insured and the Underwriters shall each pay his or their chosen appraiser and shall bear equally the other expenses of the appraisal and umpire. If there be other insurance against loss or damage covered by this Policy, the Underwriters shall not be liable under this Policy for a greater proportion of such loss or damage than the amount of insurance stated in the Declarations bears to the total amount of valid and collectible insurance against such loss or damage. If the Insured cancels, earned premiums shall be computed in accordance with the customary short rate table and procedure.
It did not matter that the analyst never spoke with the state fund or its representatives.It did not matter that the analyst was arguably not sufficiently senior to fit the definition of a “covered associate”.It did not matter that the recipient of the funds was the sister of family friend who the donor never spoke with.(a) injury (fatal or otherwise) or loss sustained by any passenger whilst entering, on board, or alighting from the Aircraft; (b) loss of or damage to any property belonging to or in the care, custody or control of the Insured; (c) Claims excluded by the attached Noise and Pollution and Other Perils Exclusion Clause. Limit of Indemnity applicable to this Section The liability of the Insurers under this Section shall not exceed the amount stated in Part 6(C) of the Schedule, less any amounts under Part 6(B). The Insured's interest in the Aircraft is that of ....................................................................................The Insurers will defray in addition any legal costs and expenses incurred with their written consent in defending any action which may be brought against the Insured in respect of any claim for compensatory damages covered by this Section, but should the amount paid or awarded in settlement of such claim exceed the Limit of Indemnity then the liability of the Insurers in respect of such legal costs and expenses shall be limited to such proportion of the said legal costs and expenses as the Limit of Indemnity bears to the amount paid for compensatory damages. Amount of Mortgage or Encumbrance, if any, $ ...............................................................................