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24th October 2014A.T Stannard v James Tobutt and Thomas Tobutt  EWHC 3491 (TCC)
17th October 2014Roland Horne v Magna Design Building Limited  EWHC 3380 (TCC)This summary was provided by CMS Cameron McKenna LLP. For more information visit http://www.cms-cmck.com/Construction/Construction-Disputes Judgement date: 17 October 2014 SUMMARYWhen deciding on the jurisdiction of the adjudicator the Notice of Adjudication must be analysed to ascertain what dispute is being referred to adjudication. This should be considered within the context of any previous communications between the parties. In this case it was held that although the adjudicator had jurisdiction to decide whether sums were payable to the referring party, he correctly decided that he did not have jurisdiction to award sums to the responding party as a net sum, as this was not part of the dispute in question. Furthermore, the Court could not decide summarily that a specific amount was due to the responding party on the basis of the Adjudicator’s award as the Adjudicator did not...
10th October 2014Peterborough City Council v Enterprise Managed Services Ltd Enterprise Managed Services Ltd  EWHC 3193 (TCC)
23rd September 2014Hurley Palmer Flatt v Barclays Bank Plc  EWHC 3042 (TCC)This Part 8 claim raises an issue of the extent to which the rights of a third party enforceable under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 (“the 1999 Act”) can be determined by adjudication under an express term contained within the agreement between the original contracting parties. The issue requires consideration of the relevant agreement, the 1999 Act and the nature of adjudication proceedings
8th July 2014R G Spiller Ltd v Derhalli  EWHC 2458 (TCC)
3rd July 2014Iliffe v Feltham Construction Ltd  EWHC 2125 (TCC)
23rd May 2014Lovell Partnerships Ltd v Merton Priory Homes  EWHC 1615 (TCC)
15th May 2014Parkway Construction Ltd (In Liquidation) v Howard De Walden Estates Ltd  EWHC 1533 (TCC)
8th April 2014Laker Vent Engineering Ltd v Jacobs E&C Ltd  EWHC 1058 (TCC)This summary was provided by CMS Cameron McKenna LLP. For more information visit http://www.cms-cmck.com/Construction/Construction-Disputes Judgment date: 8 April 2014 (1) Provided that it makes its position clear, a party to an adjudication can still rely on a general reservation of jurisdiction after publication of an adjudicator’s decision so that it can apply under the slip rule or make a payment without losing its right to challenge the adjudicator’s decision; (2) the word “site” in section 105(2)(c) of the Housing, Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended) (“the Construction Act”) was given a broad meaning so that it applied not only to the immediate area where the works were to be carried out but also to a much larger area owned and occupied by the same party who was to derive benefit from the works. The works...
4th April 2014University of Brighton v Dovehouse Interiors Ltd  EWHC 940 (TCC)This summary was provided by CMS Cameron McKenna LLP. For more information visit http://www.cms-cmck.com/Construction/Construction-Disputes Judgement date: 4 April 2014 Summary In this case, the Court decided that, for the purposes of a conclusive evidence clause in the contract between the parties, adjudication proceedings were ‘commenced’ when the notice of adjudication was given, rather than when a referral notice was given to an adjudicator. The Court also held that as the Notice of Adjudication in question gave substantive and effective notice of the dispute being raised, incorrect identification of the body nominating the adjudicator and identification of and service at an address not specified in the Contract, were not sufficient to invalidate the Notice. Nor was the Notice invalidated by the fact that an adjudicator was subsequently appointed by an incorrect...