Arbitration – Award. The appellant appealed against decisions of the Court of Appeal of Trinidad and Tobago, following an arbitration concerning the parties' agreement. The Privy Council, in allowing the appeals, held that the Court of Appeal had erred in setting aside the arbitrator's finding that the appellant had validly terminated the agreement. Further, the arbitrator would have to reconsider the sums which he allowed the respondent to raise by way of set-off or cross-claims.