Grounds for refusal to enforce award
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(1) Recognition or enforcement of an arbitral award, irrespective of the country in which it was made, may be refused only:
(a) At the request of the party against whom it is invoked, if that party pays the clerk of the circuit court the filing fee established under ORS 21.135 (Standard filing fee) and furnishes to the court where recognition or enforcement is sought proof that:
(A) A party to the arbitration agreement referred to in ORS 36.466 (Arbitration agreements to be in writing) was under some incapacity or that the agreement is not valid under the law to which the parties have subjected it or under the law of the country where the award was made;
(B) The party against whom the award is invoked was not given proper notice of the appointment of an arbitrator or of the arbitral proceedings or was otherwise unable to present the party’s case;
(C) The arbitral award deals with a dispute not contemplated by or not falling within the terms of the submission to arbitration or the award contains decisions on matters beyond the scope of the submission to arbitration, provided that, if the decisions on matters submitted to arbitration can be separated from those not so submitted, that part of the award which contains decisions on matters submitted to arbitration may be recognized and enforced;
(D) The composition of the arbitral tribunal or the arbitral procedure was not in accordance with the agreement of the parties or, failing such agreement, was not in accordance with the law of the country where the arbitration took place; or
(E) The award has not yet become binding on the parties or has been set aside or suspended by a court of the country in which, or under the law of which, that award was made; or
(b) If the court finds that:
(A) The subject matter of the dispute is not capable of settlement by arbitration under the laws of the State of Oregon or of the United States; or
(B) The recognition or enforcement of the arbitral award would be contrary to the public policy of the State of Oregon or of the United States.
(2) If an application for setting aside or suspension of an award has been made to the court referred to in subsection (1)(a)(E) of this section, and if it considers it proper, the court where recognition or enforcement is sought may adjourn its decision on application of the party claiming recognition or enforcement of the award. The court may also order the other party to provide appropriate security. [1991 c.405 §39; 2011 c.595 §43]
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