No review of the merits by State Courts

In Michaelides v. Cooperative Bank of Pegia[1], the Supreme Court of Cyprus, in dismissing an appeal against a first instance judgment, has clearly reaffirmed the principle that state courts may not review the merits of an award.


[1] Judgment 27 June 2018, docket no. 477/2012.

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