17) The first three of these enumerated exceptions (evident mistake, incompleteness, and ambiguity), have been codified as grounds authorizing sua sponte post-award modifications by an arbitrator in the 2001 Revised Uniform Arbitration Act promulgated by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL).
What does RUAA stand for?
RUAA stands for Revised Uniform Arbitration Act
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Under the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act, adopted in August 2000 by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, an arbitrator may order discovery, but should do so only "when appropriate in the circumstances, taking into account the needs of the parties to the arbitration proceeding and other affected persons and the desirability of making the proceeding fair, expeditious, and cost-effective.
Not a Panacea A Brief History Chapter 2: Domestic Arbitration Statutes The Federal Arbitration Act The Uniform Arbitration Act The Revised Uniform Arbitration Act Chapter 3: The American Arbitration Association Commercial Arbitration Rules Arbitration Clause Sources of Rules for Arbitration Pleadings Mediation Selection of an Arbitrator Initial Proceedings Discovery and Evidence The Conduct of Hearings The Award Court Proceedings Fees, Expenses and Arbitrator Compensation Chapter 4: Fundamental Legal Concepts The Contractual Nature of Arbitration The Principle of Separability Scope of Submission to Arbitration Contractual Inarbitrability Substantive Inarbitrability and Public Policy Limits on Arbitration Who Decides Issues of Arbitrability?