International Commercial Arbitration: H.B. 821 (2010)
Defined the scope and intent of the “Florida International Commercial
Defined the scope and intent of the “Florida International Commercial Arbitration Act,” and limited the ability of the court to intervene in an arbitral proceeding. Designated the circuit court in which arbitration is or will be held as the court that may take certain actions.
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