Current as of: 2011
If the arbitration agreement provides a method of appointment of arbitrators, this method shall be followed. In the absence thereof, or if the agreed method fails or for any reason cannot be followed, or when an arbitrator appointed fails or is unable to act and the arbitrator's successor has not been duly appointed, the Court on complaint or on application in an existing case of a party shall appoint one or more arbitrators. An arbitrator so appointed has all the powers of one specifically named in the agreement.
U.S. Code Provisions: Arbitration
Current as of: 2010
This part shall take effect when:
(1) Two (2) or more of the counties of Montgomery, Houston or Stewart or the cities of Clarksville or Cumberland City are authorized by a majority vote of their respective governing bodies to become members of the authority;
(2) Evidence of such authorization is proclaimed and countersigned by the presiding officer of each ratifying county and city and certified by that presiding officer to the secretary of state; and
(3) The governing bodies of all governments voting to become members of the authority have indicated their willingness to appropriate sufficient funds to provide for the initial administration of the authority.
[Acts 1983, ch. 302, § 17.]
U.S. Code Provisions: Railroads