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Welcome to adjudication.co.uk, a recognised adjudicator nominating body and the leading provider of adjudication services and information. We promote the resolution of disputes by adjudication as described in Part II of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996. In meeting this aim we:

  • Provide details of decided cases on adjudication;
  • Nominate adjudicators;
  • Assist in the presentation and defence of claims;
  • Assist in the enforcement of a decision; and
  • Provide legal and technical assistance to adjudicators.

Legal and technical services are provided through the members of the Committee and their firms.

LATEST case judgments

  • 29th October 2014
    Digdeep Investments Pty Ltd v NW Constructions Pty Ltd [2014] WASAT 147
    Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) - Application for review of decision by adjudicator to dismiss application - Whether application for adjudication was in time - Date when payment dispute arose - Contract included a time for payment clause - Section 18 of Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) 'Time for payment' does not apply to contract - Section...
  • 21st October 2014
    R & D Building Pty Ltd v Jackson [2014] WASAT 141
    Construction Contract Act 2004 (WA) - Whether adjudication application made within time - Whether purported variation to contract in clear and unequivocal terms - Whether payment is security or retention money.
  • 13th October 2014
    Alliance Contracting Pty Ltd and Tenix SDR Pty Ltd [2014] WASAT 136
    Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) - Application for review of decision by adjudicator to dismiss - Whether s 4(3)(c) applies - Whether earthworks and associated works forming part of construction of a wastewater treatment plant are works constructing the plant - Whether wastewater treatment plant constructed for purpose of extracting or processing...
  • 13th October 2014
    MRCN Pty Ltd t/a Westforce Construction and ABB Australia Pty Ltd [2014] WASAT 135
    Payment dispute - Date upon which payment dispute arose - Balance of probabilities - Ongoing commercial discussions about an invoice do not constitute a payment dispute - Payment dispute must be clear and unequivocal.

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