Adjudication is a fast track method of dispute resolution.

We offer fixed fees of £17,500 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, Young & Partners has significant experience in adjudication proceedingsand can provide the expert advice that you need.


 Find out more about our Dispute Resolution Services:

 Arbitration  –  Dispute Avoidance  –  Expert Determination  –  Litigation  –  Mediation  –  Negotiation

*plus £3,000 for each week beyond 4 weeks, plus V.A.T., plus outlays.  Excludes Technical Experts fees.

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