The Uniform Arbitration Act [hereinafter UAA] was proposed by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws in 1955.2 At present, well over half of the states have enacted arbitration statutes based upon the UAA.3 The purpose of this survey is to explain the principles underlying recent court decisions interpreting the UAA, and provide a framework for analyzing future cases.4



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