In Albon (t/a N A Carriage Co) v Naza Motor Trading SDN BHD – Lawtel 6.11.07 the Court of Appeal found on the facts that there was a sufficiently good arguable case for the appellant to be justified in issuing and continuing proceedings in England and that the appellant’s signature had been forged on the agreement. Accordingly the issue of the genuineness of an agreement, together with its arbitration clause, would be decided by the English court rather than the arbitrators. In such circumstances it was held that continuation of the arbitration proceedings was oppressive and it was right to grant an injunction restraining pursuit of the arbitration proceedings pending resolution of the question of the genuineness of the agreement