american arb. assoc. final award 40,000I need judgement for escrow to release fundsI filled CM-010, LACIV 109, ADR-106(PETION TO CONFIRM AWARD).

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american arb. assoc. final award 40,000I need judgement for escrow to release fundsI filled CM-010, LACIV 109, ADR-106(PETION TO CONFIRM AWARD).

i WAS STAMPED IN CASE # AND ASKED WHEN i WOULD GET THE COURT DATE.THEY SAID i NEEDED TO FILE MORE FORMS WHAT ARE THEY?

Asked on May 28, 2009 under Real Estate Law, California

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MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 12 years ago | Contributor

An arbitration award is the final determinate. You don't go to court unless you need to file liens/attachments.  Contact the American Arbitration Association website and also check with your local court on public forms available -- ie. for attachment or lien or wage garnishment.


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