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2APT1 Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Arbitration and Award § 150
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Arbitration and Award
III. Arbitration Proceedings
E. Stay of Arbitration Proceedings
§ 150. Complaint, petition, or declaration—For writ prohibiting arbitration board from conducting arbitration proceedings—Lack of jurisdiction—Claims not arising from contract between parties
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