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Modern statutes are those enforcing agreements to arbitrate existing controversies and any arising in the future. All of the following, except those marked "+", are modern statutes. An asterisk, "*", denotes adoption of the Uniform Arbitration Act. [note: current as of 8/95]

United States Arbitration Act. 9 USC, Section 1 et seq., as amended, 68 Stat 1233; Public Law No. 91-368, 84 Stat 692, enacting 9 USC Section 201 et seq. [Chapter 2 added July 31, 1970 (84 Stat. 692); Chap. 3 added Aug. 15, 1990 (104 Stat 448)].

Alabama: Ala. Code Section 6-6-1 et seq.+

Alaska: Alaska Stat. Section 09.43.010 et seq.*

Arizona: Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. Section 12-1501 et seq.*

Arkansas: Ark. Stat. Ann. Section 16-108-101 et seq.*

California: Cal. Civ. Proc. Code Section 1280 et seq.

Colorado: Col. Rev. Stat. Section 13-22-201 et seq.*

Connecticut: Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. Section 52-408 et seq.

Delaware: Del. Code Ann. tit. 10, Section 5701 et seq.*

Dist of Columbia: D.C. Code Ann. Section 16-4301 et seq.*

Florida: Fla. Stat. Ann. Section 682.01 et seq.

Georgia: Ga. Code Section 9-9-1 et seq.

Hawaii: Haw. Rev. Stat. Section 658-1 et seq.

Idaho: Idaho Code Section 7-901 et seq.*

Illinois: 710 Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/1 et seq. (formerly Ill. Rev. Stat. ch. 10, Section 101 et seq.)*

Indiana: Ind. Code Ann. Section 34-4-2-1 et seq.*

Iowa: Iowa Code Section 679A.1 et seq.*

Kansas: Kan. Stat. Ann. Section 5-401 et seq.*

Kentucky: Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. Section 417.045 et seq.*

Louisiana: La. Rev. Stat. Ann. Section 9:4201 et seq.

Maine: Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 14, Section 5927 et seq.*

Maryland: Md. Cts. & Jud. Proc. Code Ann. Sec 3-201 et seq.*

Massachusetts: Mass. Ann. Laws ch. 251, Section 1 et seq.*

Michigan: Mich. Stat. Ann. Section 27A.5001 et seq., Mich. Comp. Laws Section 600.5001 et seq.*

Minnesota: Minn. Stat. Ann. Section 572.08 et seq.*

Mississippi: Miss. Code Ann. Section 11-15-1 et seq.+

Missouri: Mo. Ann. Stat. Section 435.350 et seq.*

Montana: Mont. Code Ann. Section 27-5-111 et seq.*

Nebraska: Neb. Rev. Stat. Section 25-2601 et seq.*

Nevada: Nev. Rev. Stat. Section 38.015 et seq.*

New Hampshire: N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. Section 542:1 et seq.

New Jersey: N.J. Stat. Ann. Section 2A:24-1 et seq.

New Mexico: N.M. Stat. Ann. Section 44-7-1 et seq.*

New York: N.Y. Civ. Prac. Law Section 7501 et seq.

North Carolina: N.C. Gen. Stat. Section 1-567.1 et seq.*

North Dakota: N.D. Cent. Code Section 32-29.2-01 et seq.*

Ohio: Ohio Rev. Code Ann. Section 2711.01 et seq.

Oklahoma: Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 15, Section 801 et seq.*

Oregon: Or. Rev. Stat. Section 36.300 et seq.

Pennsylvania: Pa. Stat. Ann. tit. 42, Section 7301 et seq.*

Puerto Rico: P.R. Laws Ann., tit. 32 Section 3201 et seq.

Rhode Island: R.I. Gen. Laws Section 10-3-1 et seq.

South Carolina: S.C. Code Ann. Section 15-48-10 et seq.*

South Dakota: S.D. Codified Laws Ann. Section 21-25A-1 et seq.*

Tennessee: Tenn. Code Ann. Section 29-5-301 et seq.*

Texas: Tex. Rev. Civ. Stat. Ann. art. 224 et seq.*

Utah: Utah Code Ann. Section 78-31a-1 et seq.

Vermont: Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 12, Section 5651 et seq.*

Virginia: Va. Code Section 8.01-577 et seq.*

Washington: Wash. Rev. Code Ann. Section 7.04.010 et seq.

West Virginia: W. Va. Code Section 55-10-1 et seq.+

Wisconsin: Wis. Stat. Ann. Section 788.01 et seq.

Wyoming: Wyo. Stat. Section 1-36-101 et seq.*

Modern Statutes are those enforcing agreements to arbitrate existing controversies and any arising in the future. The other state arbitration statutes (those of Alabama and West Virginia) apply to existing controversies only (the Code of Alabama, Section 6, and the Code of West Virginia, Section 55).

* Incorporating the Uniform Arbitration Act.
+ Applicable to Construction disputes only.
This file was prepared from material copyrighted by, and is posted with the permission of, the American Arbitration Association. For more info visit the AAA's web site at https://www.adr.org

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