Grosse, Judge. Constructors-Pamco (Pamco) appeals from an order confirming an arbitration award in favor of W.A. Botting Plumbing and Heating Company.Pamco argues that the arbitrator lacked jurisdiction to hear the case.
Constructors-Pamco (Pamco) appeals from an order confirming an arbitration award in favor of W. A. Botting Plumbing and Heating Company. Pamco argues that the arbitrator lacked jurisdiction to hear the case.
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Opinion for BOTTING PLUMBING v. Constructors-Pamco, 736 P.2d 1100, 47 Wash. App. 681 — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information.
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