(1) If an award made in section 13E arbitration or relevant property or financial arbitration, or an agreement made as a result of such arbitration, is registered in:
(a) the Family Court; or
(b) the Federal Circuit Court of Australia; or
(c) a Family Court of a State;
the court in which the award is registered may make a decree affirming, reversing or varying the award or agreement.
(2) The court may only make a decree under subsection (1) if the court is satisfied that:
(a) the award or agreement was obtained by fraud (including non-disclosure of a material matter); or
(b) the award or agreement is void, voidable or unenforceable; or
(c) in the circumstances that have arisen since the award or agreement was made it is impracticable for some or all of it to be carried out; or
(d) the arbitration was affected by bias, or there was a lack of procedural fairness in the way in which the arbitration process, as agreed between the parties and the arbitrator, was conducted.