Construction Focus: Enforcement of adjudicators’ decisions

John Starr reviews a case where arguments concerning the adjudicator’s jurisdiction failed and common sense prevailed ‘The losing party in an adjudication will often try to avoid complying with the decision, and ever more inventive arguments have sprung up to show that the adjudicator did not have the jurisdiction necessary to make a decision.’ Section …
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Cases Referenced

  • Willmott Dixon Housing Ltd v Newlon Housing Trust [2013] EWHC 798 (TCC)
  • Witney Town Council v Beam Construction (Cheltenham) Ltd [2011] EWHC 2332 (TCC)