Are you involved in a Construction Industry dispute?
There’s every chance that the process of Adjudication will provide the best means of resolution. Many standard contracts, sub-contracts and consultation agreements provide for this arrangement and The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, along with its subsequent amendments, deal with the Adjudication process.
The great benefit of Adjudication, as opposed to Arbitration or Litigation, is that, being relatively fast and cost effective, it’s ideal for many smaller disputes. There are also instances when Adjudication suits larger disputes too.
Our lawyers have been at the forefront of Adjudication since its earliest days in May 1998. We’ve advised and guided many clients through the process. Furthermore, both the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators consistently appoint us as Adjudicators.
To be effective, Adjudication needs to be fast and responsive from start to finish – from initial advice through preparation, to final submission – this is our speciality. Our people enjoy massive Adjudication experience in the Construction Industry. This gives us the flexibility and know-how you need to resolve your dispute quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.
An Adjudicator reaches a decision within 28 days of referral of the matter or such longer period as is agreed by the parties after the dispute has been referred; The Adjudicator can extend the period of 28 days by up to 14 days, with the consent of the party by whom the dispute was referred.
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