This book brings together, in one convenient place, all the relevant material on the process of Adjudication in Construction. It will provide clarity for those involved in the adjudication process, or related proceedings, in the form of a detailed and reliable text that supports each proposition with a statutory provision or a judicial observation.
Included in this book is a summary of the different procedures adopted in other jurisdictions, as well as a chronological account of the reviews and proposals for reforms made to Part II of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996. There is also an explanation of the payment procedures under the statutory framework. Finally, readers will be able to make use of appendices comprised of the statutory material, the various contractual adjudication procedures currently available, and necessary forms.
Any lawyers or construction professionals involved in Adjudication will find this book to be a clear and comprehensive aid to their practice.
Chapter 1 Statutory Regulation of Construction Contracts Chapter 2 Beginning Adjudication Chapter 3 Appointment and Referral Chapter 4 Procedure Leading to the Decision Chapter 5 The Decision Chapter 6 Enforcement and Court Proceedings Chapter 7 Other Jurisdictions Chapter 8 Review, Proposals for Reform and Reform Chapter 9 Contractual Adjudication Chapter 10 Payment under the UK Statutory Framework
This series provides detailed and practical guidance to the legal framework of the construction industry. Whether explaining contract forms, advising on procedure, or guiding through disputes, highly experienced lawyers share their insights in order to help readers with the key aspects of any construction project. Engineers, architects, project managers, academics and lawyers in this field will all find these books a great help with issues that they face on a daily basis.