Inten Constructions v Refine Electrical Services [2006] NSWSC 1282

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION - where plaintiff's payment schedule and adjudication response asserted that no contract provision supported the first defendant's claim - whether adjudicator was entitled or required to consider the relevant provisions of the contract under s 22(2)(b), (d) of the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) - where adjudicator found claim to be supported by the contract - whether natural justice required adjudicator to provide the plaintiff with an opportunity to respond - where adjudicator considered plaintiff's adjudication response - where adjudicator did not expressly state reasons for rejecting plaintiff's approach - whether adjudicator acted impartially - whether adjudicator lacked good faith - application of Brodyn v Davenport [2004] NSWCA 394 - whether adjudication determination void

 ACTS CITED: Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 - Trade Practices Act 1974

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