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  1. § 50‑60. Appeals.

    (a) An appeal may be based on failure to comply with the procedural aspects of this Article. An appeal may be taken from any of the following: An order denying an application to compel arbitration made under G.S. 50‑43; An order granting an application to stay arbitration made under G.S....
  2. § 50‑56. Modification of award for alimony, postseparation support, child support, or child custody based on substantial change of circumstances.

    (a) A court or the arbitrators may modify an award for postseparation support, alimony, child support, or child custody under conditions stated in G.S. 50‑13.7 and G.S. 50‑16.9 as provided in subsections (b) through (f) of this section. (b) Unless the parties have agreed in writing that an award for...
  3. § 50‑54. Vacating an award.

    (a) Upon a party’s application, the court shall vacate an award for any of the following reasons: The award was procured by corruption, fraud, or other undue means; There was evident partiality by an arbitrator appointed as a neutral, corruption of an arbitrator, or misconduct prejudicing the rights of a...
  4. § 50‑47. Hearing.

    Unless otherwise provided by the parties’ written agreement: (1) The arbitrators shall appoint a time and place for the hearing and notify the parties or their counsel by personal service or by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, not less than five days before the hearing. Appearance of a...
  5. § 50‑42.2. Notice.

    (a) A person initiates an arbitration proceeding by giving written notice to the other parties to the agreement to arbitrate in the manner in which the parties have agreed or, in the absence of agreement, by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, or by service as authorized for the...

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