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Question 1

De novo is:

Question 2

True or false: It is easier to have a court review the decision of another court than it is to have that court review the decision of an outside arbitrator.

Question 3

Which of the following is NOT cause for a court to vacate an arbitration award?

Question 4

As a general rule, under the Delaware Uniform Arbitration Act, found in the Courseware, once a party learns of the award in an arbitration, how long does that party have to ask a court to vacate, modify, or correct the award?

Question 5

Which of the following would be mandatory for a court but is not mandatory for arbitration?