University of Baltimore Law Review


This Article examines the difficulties inherent in the confirmation of out-of-state arbitration awards under the Maryland Uniform Arbitration Act. The author recommends that either the General Assembly amend the Act to provide expressly for such confirmations in Maryland courts, or the courts, in the absence of such legislation, nevertheless should allow confirmation of such awards.

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