Tolley's Construction Adjudication Casebook

Tolley's Construction Adjudication Casebook

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"This book contains approximately 50 adjudication cases that have been reported since the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and the Scheme for Construction Contracts Regulations 1998 came into force. The book explains the practical import of these cases and is an essential information source for Adjudicators and parties to adjudications, including lawyers, architects, engineers and surveyors.This handy compendium covers cases reported in England, Wales and Scotland. It covers all aspects of adjudication from the contemplation of adjudication to its enforcement, including: The conditions for adjudication What may be adjudicated upon The appointment of the Adjudicator Preliminary procedures The conduct of an adjudication Enforcing an adjudication Opposing enforcement Final determination"
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  • Paperback | 1099 pages
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0754514927
  • 9780754514923

Table of contents

"Part A : The Background to Adjudication: Introduction. Establishing Provision in the Contract for Dispute Resolution. The Conditions for Adjudication. What may be Adjudicated upon. Launching the Adjudication. Preliminary Procedures.Part B: The Conduct of an Adjudication: The Procedure Governing the Adjudication. Preliminary Hearings. Conciliation and Mediation. The Referral Notice. The Powers of the Adjudicator Generally. Human Rights and Natural Justice. Particular Adjudication Situations. The Decision of the Adjudicator.Part C: The Enforcement of the Adjudicator's Award (separate sections for England, Wales and Scotland ). Cross-Border Considerations. The Status of the Decision of an Adjudicator. Jurisdiction. Bringing the Decisions of Adjudicators under Review. The Procedures in Relation to Enforcement. Seeking Enforcement. Opposing Enforcement."
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