court order has been made — the application judge dismissed the
respondents’ motion for a stay, and the respondents have not
cross-appealed from that order.
 Moreover, as the respondents conceded in their factum,
“[t]he Beth Din's stay order does not tell the courts how to
behave — the Beth Din has its own religious enforcement procedures, e.g., a contempt order called a ‘sirov’. The award got
stayed for purposes of Torah law.”
 For the reasons set out above, I would allow the appeal, set
aside the order of the application judge, and substitute an order
recognizing and enforcing the Award.
 In accordance with the agreement of the parties, the appellants are entitled to their costs of the appeal fixed in the amount
of $25,000, inclusive of disbursements and applicable taxes. As
well, the appellants are entitled to their costs of the proceeding
before the application judge, fixed in the amount of $15,000,
inclusive of disbursements and all applicable taxes.
THE MODEL LAW
Article 32. Termination of proceedings
(1) The arbitral proceedings are terminated by the final award or by an order
of the arbitral tribunal in accordance with paragraph (2) of this article.
(2) The arbitral tribunal shall issue an order for the termination of the arbi-
tral proceedings when:
(a) the claimant withdraws his claim, unless the respondent objects
thereto and the arbitral tribunal recognizes a legitimate interest on
his part in obtaining a final settlement of the dispute;
(b) the parties agree on the termination of the proceedings;
(c) the arbitral tribunal finds that the continuation of the proceedings
has for any other reason become unnecessary or impossible.
(3) The mandate of the arbitral tribunal terminates with the termination of
the arbitral proceedings, subject to the provisions of articles 33 and 34(4).
Article 33. Correction and interpretation of award;
(1) Within thirty days of receipt of the award, unless another period of time
has been agreed upon by the parties: