243.15. A certified copy of the arbitration decision must be filed without delay by the arbitrator or arbitrators who rendered the decision, at the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of the district in which the office of the pension committee is located.
Once filed, the arbitration decision becomes executory as a judgment of that court.
A copy of the arbitration decision must also be sent to the Régie and to the pension committee which, upon receipt, shall transmit to each member or beneficiary involved a notice summarizing the decision and indicating where a copy of it may be obtained.
Unless an application under article 945.6 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25) has been submitted to the arbitrators for the same purpose, the pension committee or the Régie may, within 60 days after receiving a copy of the arbitration decision, apply to the arbitrators for
(1) the correction of a clerical error in the decision;
(2) the interpretation of a specific part of the decision; or
(3) a supplementary decision on a part of the application omitted in the decision.
An interpretation forms an integral part of the decision.
1992, c. 60, s. 37; 2000, c. 41, s. 159.