Adjudication in Construction Contracts

  • ID: 2176445
  • Book
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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the standard construction contracts now contain provisions for adjudication. Designed to address problems more promptly than arbitration or litigation, adjudication is still something of an unknown quantity for the construction industry. In addition, a number of grey areas are gradually being clarified by the courts.

This book, written by an experienced adjudicator, looks in particular at the practical issues of adjudication and at rules of payment, and examines all the key legal decisions on the subject.

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Preface; Introduction; Construction contracts and construction operations; The statutory right to refer disputes to adjudication; Starting adjudication; Preliminary matters – the referral notice and jurisdiction; Conduct of the adjudication; The adjudicator′s decision; Costs; Enforcement; Payment; Appendices
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John Redmond
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