March 17 1999
An award granting more, or something different, than the relief requested is to be set aside as being ultra petita under PIL Act article 190(2) lit. c. However, an award must not be set aside as ultra petita if the monetary relief requested was granted on a modified cause of action or based on a different legal characterization or for different legal reasons. The request for relief must be interpreted as it could and should be understood in good faith by the other party and by the arbitrators in the circumstances.
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