2011 Connecticut Code
Sec. 52-422. Order pendente lite. At any time before an award is rendered pursuant to an arbitration under this chapter, the superior court for the judicial district in which one of the parties resides or, in a controversy concerning land, for the judicial district in which the land is situated or, when said court is not in session, any judge thereof, upon application of any party to the arbitration, may make forthwith such order or decree, issue such process and direct such proceedings as may be necessary to protect the rights of the parties pending the rendering of the award and to secure the satisfaction thereof when rendered and confirmed.
Title 52 Civil Actions
Chapter 909 Arbitration Proceedings
Sec. 52-422. Order pendente lite.
(1949 Rev., S. 8165; P.A. 78-280, S. 2, 127.)
History: P.A. 78-280 substituted "judicial district" for "county".
Cited. 140 C. 446. Order entered pursuant to section temporarily reinstating the plaintiff was immediately appealable as a final judgment. 228 C. 106. Cited. 232 C. 175. Cited. 233 C. 370. Although court had subject matter jurisdiction over an arbitration dispute because an award had not yet been rendered and the allegation was that injunctive relief was necessary to protect rights pending the rendering of the award, in this case concerning matters reserved to arbitration there was no basis on which to conclude that injunctive relief sought by plaintiff was essential or indispensable to safeguard rights. 271 C. 329.
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