We offer fixed fees for Legal Support in Adjudications*
There is a statutory entitlement to Adjudication under Construction Contracts.
Parties can also agree to adjudication at any point before, during or after a dispute has arisen. Adjudication is similar to arbitration. The dispute is referred to an adjudicator who will make a final decision. The decision reached by the adjudicator is binding on the parties and may only be overridden by arbitration or court proceedings.
Adjudication is a fast track method of dispute resolution and usually takes between 4 to 8 weeks. In relation to certain construction projects, there may be an entitlement to refer a dispute to adjudication under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.
As construction law specialists, Taylor Law has significant experience in adjudication proceedings and can provide the expert advice that you need.
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