(1) An arbitral award,
irrespective of the State or Territory in which it was made, is to be
recognised in this State as binding and, on application in writing to the
Court, is to be enforced subject to the provisions of this section and
(2) The party relying
on an award or applying for its enforcement must supply the original award or
a copy of the original award.
(3) If the award is
not made in English, the Court may request the party to supply a translation
of it into English.
Note for this section:
So much of Art 35(2)
of the Model Law as provides for the translation of an award that is not in
the official language of the enforcing State has been modified.