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Ireland - Arbitration Act, 1980 (Number 7 of 1980)

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Part I - Preliminary and General

1. Short Title and Collective Citation

2. Definitions

3. Commencement

4. Repeal

Part II - Effect of Arbitration Agreement on Court Proceedings

5. Staying Court Proceedings where Party Proves Arbitration Agreement

Part III - Enforcement of New York Convention Awards

6. Interpretation (Part III)

7. Effect of Awards

8. Evidence

9. Refusal of Enforcement

10. Non-Application of Part V of Principal Act

11. Saving for other Rights

Part IV - Enforcement of Washington Convention Awards

12. Interpretation (Part IV)

13. Approval of Acceptance

14. Government Contribution Under Washington Convention and Expenses

15. Application of Principal Act and other Enactments

16. Enforcement of Pecuniary Obligations Imposed by Award

17. Power of High Court to Stay Enforcement

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Part II - Effect of Arbitration Agreement on Court Proceedings

5. Staying Court Proceedings where Party Proves Arbitration Agreement

(1) -If any party to an arbitration agreement, or any person claiming through or under him, commences any proceedings in any court against any other party to such agreement, or any person claiming through or under him, in respect of any matter agreed to be referred to arbitration, any party to the proceedings may at any time after an appearance has been entered, and before delivery any pleadings or taking any other steps in the proceedings, apply to the court to stay the proceedings, and the court, unless it is satisfied that the arbitration agreement is null and void, inoperative or incapable of being performed or that there is not in fact any dispute between the parties with regard to the matter agreed to be referred, shall make an order staying the proceedings.

(2) Nothing in this Section shall be construed as limiting or otherwise affecting the power conferred on the High Court pursuant to section 39 (3) of the Principal Act to refuse to stay any action brought in breach of an arbitration agreement.


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