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We suggest providing this along with the Federal Statute noted in step 7
- You will possibly need a petition rather than a motion form, please follow-up with the court as they do not provide a document for this
- This form may be helpful: https://texas-arbitration-case-law.blogspot.com/2008/07/how-to-obtain-judicial-confirmation-of.html
The Texas Arbitration Act does not require the application for confirmation of an award to be in any particular format, although it does give the trial court the discretion to require certain basic contents in the application:
(1) Show the jurisdiction of the court.
(2) Attach a copy of the agreement to arbitrate.
(3) Define the issue subject to arbitration between the parties under the agreement.
(4) Specify the status of the arbitration before the arbitrators. (5) Show the need for the court order sought by the applicant.
Attached is a redacted petition to confirm an award in Texas, you may use this as a reference or to show the court what you are trying to do. ------------>