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U.S.A. - Uniform Arbitration Act

Section 1. - Validity of Arbitration Agreement

Section 2. - Proceedings to Compel or Stay Arbitration

Section 3. - Appointment of Arbitrators by Court

Section 4. - Majority Action by Arbitrators

Section 5. - Hearing

Section 6. - Representation by Attorney

Section 7. - Witnesses, Subpoenas, Depositions

Section 8. - Award

Section 9. - Change of Award by Arbitrators

Section 10. - Fees and Expenses of Arbitration

Section 11. - Confirmation of an Award

Section 12. - Vacating an Award

Section 13. - Modification or Correction of Award

Section 14. - Judgment or Decree on Award

Section 15. - Judgment Roll, Docketing

Section 16. - Applications to Court

Section 17. - Court, Jurisdiction

Section 18. - Venue

Section 19. - Appeals

Section 20. - Act Not Retroactive

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Section 5. - Hearing

Unless otherwise provided by the agreement:

(a) The arbitrators shall appoint a time and place for the hearing and cause notification to the parties to be served personally or by registered mail not less than five days before the hearing. Appearance at the hearing waives such notice. The arbitrators may adjourn the hearing from time to time as necessary and, on request of a party and for good cause, or upon their own motion may postpone the hearing to a time not later than the date fixed by the agreement for making the award unless the parties consent to a later date. The arbitrators may hear and determine the controversy upon the evidence produced notwithstanding the failure of a party duly notified to appear. The court on application may direct the arbitrators to proceed promptly with the hearing and determination of the controversy.

(b) The parties are entitled to be heard, to present evidence material to the controversy and to cross-examine witnesses appearing at the hearing.

(c) The hearing shall be conducted by all the arbitrators but a majority may determine any question and render a final award. If, during the course of the hearing, an arbitrator for any reason ceases to act, the remaining arbitrator or arbitrators appointed to act as neutrals may continue with the hearing and determination of the controversy.


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