A compilation of commentaries on the various jurisdictions where there either is, or is planned, a statutory adjudication system , this is a review of such systems worldwide in the commercial and construction fields. It features analysis by specialist advisory editors on the adjudication system in place in each separate jurisdiction, together with a copy of the relevant local legislation, and permits a comparative approach between each.
This book addresses statutory adjudication in a way that is practically useful and academically rigorous. As such, it remains an essential reference for any lawyer, project manager,contractor or academic involved with the commercial and construction fields.
Table of Contents
Sir Robert Akenhead
- United Kingdom
- Australia: the East Coast Model with New South Wales as the Principal Legislation
- Australia: the East Coast Model: Victoria, Tasmania, The Australian Capital Territory and South Australia
- Australia: the East Coast Model: Queensland
- Australia: the West Coast model
- CIArb DB Rules
- FIDIC DB Rules
- Hong Kong
- ICC DB Rules
- New Zealand
- Northern Ireland
- South Africa
- The United States
David Carrick and Tim Pettigrew-Smith
Andrew Burr is a barrister, arbitrator and adjudicator. He specialises primarily in construction and technology matters and is an affiliated foreign lawyer with Varul (Vilnius, Lithuania). Andrew is a listed arbitrator in multiple jurisdictions and recently sat on the ICCs advisory committee for the revision of its Dispute Board Rules. He is also both the general and articles editor for Construction Law Journal.