LDEDC Act 2009: adjudication

A note explaining the effect the Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 2009 (LDEDC Act 2009) had on adjudication under construction contracts. The note refers to a number of changes, including the removal of the in writing requirement, a new statutory slip rule and liability for the costs of the adjudication.

This note is no longer maintained. For more information on adjudication, see the Adjudication toolkit

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