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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXXIX
COMMERCIAL RELATIONS
Chapter 684
INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
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F.S. 684.0021
684.0021 Specific regime for preliminary orders.
(1) Immediately after the arbitral tribunal makes a determination in respect of an application for a preliminary order, the arbitral tribunal shall give notice to all parties of the request for the interim measure, the application for the preliminary order, the preliminary order, if any, and all other communications. The notice shall include a description of the content of any oral communication between any party and the arbitral tribunal in relation to any such request or application.
(2) At the same time, the arbitral tribunal shall give an opportunity to any party against whom a preliminary order is directed to present its case at the earliest practicable time.
(3) The arbitral tribunal must decide promptly on any objection to the preliminary order.
(4) A preliminary order expires 20 days after the date on which it was issued by the arbitral tribunal. However, the arbitral tribunal may issue an interim measure adopting or modifying the preliminary order after the party against whom the preliminary order is directed is given notice and an opportunity to present its case.
(5) A preliminary order is binding on the parties but is not enforceable by a court. Such a preliminary order does not constitute an award.
History.s. 22, ch. 2010-60.
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