Adjudication: notice of intention to refer a dispute to adjudication

This is an example of a notice of intention to refer a dispute under a construction contract to adjudication. For an example of a completed notice, see Standard document, Case study: notice of intention to refer a dispute to adjudication.

Melissa Moriarty, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP and Practical Law Construction


 

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