Adjudication is a dispute resolution process which is particularly applicable to the construction sector. In the UK adjudication was introduced by the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.
It is not possible to contract out of it.
Adjudication produces an interim binding decision; the time period for a decision is 28 days, which may be extendable. The objective is to get decisions made and cash flow preserved.
Statutory adjudication has also been introduced in Malaysia, where ARBDB Chambers has an office, Singapore and Australia.
ArbDB Chambers has a cadre of experienced adjudicators, so we look forward to hearing about your requirements and needs.
Please contact our Clerk, Martin Poulter.
George Grant FRICS ACIArb is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and practising Arbitrator with over 40 years experience in the fields of Development & Project Management, Cost Management, Contract Administration, ...
Robert has practised as a solicitor and barrister and quantity surveyor and has over 30 years’ experience of dispute resolution, with a particular focus on the construction industry. He is a Fellow of the...
John Wright is a Chartered Arbitrator and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. After 40 years in practice as a solicitor he now sits full time as an Arbitrator, Adjudicator, Mediator and ...
John Redmond established and led the construction law team at Osborne Clarke until he left the partnership in 2010 to concentrate on arbitration, adjudication and mediation. In 35 years as a construction ...
Michael is a Member of ArbDB Chambers. He has over 30 years’ experience as a Barrister and Solicitor, both in private practice and as in-house Counsel. He is an accredited Mediator with CEDR and ...