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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-42

§50‑42.  Arbitration agreements made valid, irrevocable, and enforceable.

(a)        During, or aftermarriage, parties may agree in writing to submit to arbitration anycontroversy, except for the divorce itself, arising out of the maritalrelationship. Before marriage, parties may agree in writing to submit toarbitration any controversy, except for child support, child custody, or thedivorce itself, arising out of the marital relationship. This agreement isvalid, enforceable, and irrevocable except with both parties' consent, withoutregard to the justiciable character of the controversy and without regard towhether litigation is pending as to the controversy.

(b)        This Article doesnot apply to an agreement to arbitrate in which a provision stipulates that thisArticle does not apply or to any arbitration or award under an agreement inwhich a provision stipulates that this Article does not apply. (1999‑185,s. 1.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-42

§50‑42.  Arbitration agreements made valid, irrevocable, and enforceable.

(a)        During, or aftermarriage, parties may agree in writing to submit to arbitration anycontroversy, except for the divorce itself, arising out of the maritalrelationship. Before marriage, parties may agree in writing to submit toarbitration any controversy, except for child support, child custody, or thedivorce itself, arising out of the marital relationship. This agreement isvalid, enforceable, and irrevocable except with both parties' consent, withoutregard to the justiciable character of the controversy and without regard towhether litigation is pending as to the controversy.

(b)        This Article doesnot apply to an agreement to arbitrate in which a provision stipulates that thisArticle does not apply or to any arbitration or award under an agreement inwhich a provision stipulates that this Article does not apply. (1999‑185,s. 1.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-42

§50‑42.  Arbitration agreements made valid, irrevocable, and enforceable.

(a)        During, or aftermarriage, parties may agree in writing to submit to arbitration anycontroversy, except for the divorce itself, arising out of the maritalrelationship. Before marriage, parties may agree in writing to submit toarbitration any controversy, except for child support, child custody, or thedivorce itself, arising out of the marital relationship. This agreement isvalid, enforceable, and irrevocable except with both parties' consent, withoutregard to the justiciable character of the controversy and without regard towhether litigation is pending as to the controversy.

(b)        This Article doesnot apply to an agreement to arbitrate in which a provision stipulates that thisArticle does not apply or to any arbitration or award under an agreement inwhich a provision stipulates that this Article does not apply. (1999‑185,s. 1.)

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