Association's Arbitration Procedure Ruled Valid

October 31, 2008
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Facts: A member sued to challenge her association's decision to eliminate street parking. The association asked the court to require arbitration and to postpone the lawsuit until the matter could be settled through arbitration. The trial court denied the association's request, finding that the association's arbitration provision in its governing documents was unenforceable. The association appealed.

Ruling: An Ohio appeals court reversed the trial court's decision.

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