Adjudication: challenging enforcement of the adjudicator's decision

This note details the key points to bear in mind when challenging the enforcement of an adjudicator's decision. It refers to challenges for breach of the rules of natural justice, an adjudicator's failure to give reasons and applications for a stay of execution in a variety of situations, including liquidation, administration and fraud. The note also looks at a number of examples of unsuccessful challenges to enforcement.

Lynne McCafferty, barrister, 4 Pump Court, and Practical Law Construction


 

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