Weaver agreed to buy a house from builder McGill Homes for $181,900. The contract provided â€œthat all claims arising out of or related to the purchase agreement would be settled by arbitration in accordance with the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association.â€ After moving into the home, Weaver was dissatisfied with the builder and claimed the home was worth less than the agreed upon price. He petitioned for an arbitration to hear his claim of defective construction. He received an award of $12,755.50 for defective and incomplete construction from the arbitrator. McGill Homes moved to vacate the arbitration award, claiming that the arbitrator manifestly disregarded the law. To support its contention, it attached affidavits of its construction foreman and a project worker. Do you expect the court to overturn the arbitratorâ€™s award?