If the parties in their agreement have agreed that a judgment of the court shall be entered upon the award made pursuant to the arbitration. we made no agreement the arbitration clause was not clear bu the judge decided it is binding to send to arbitration. no mention of getting the award made into a judgment was made as as a matter of fact the decision about returning the house wasn't even a subject the judge sent to arbitration.
this was a trust that my mom set up and tried to cancell claiming coersion she lost in the arbitration but they rulled against me that i sold a house to my self and my sibling and said we need to put hte house back but allowed my other two siblings to decide to keep the sale my siblings didnt' decide to do so but a year latter notirized a letter saying they decided to keep the sale and want the money and are trying to get the decision enforced in anothe court combining it with another issue now still indispute with mymother. I beleive their decision should be worth less as the arbitration awared is woth less since theywould of had to take their decision to the court with in one year and then we could of countered the price of the hosue is woth now less in the year that they tied us up in litigation and the court told us not to sell the house. Please reply
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