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In an effort to promote the amicable resolution of disputes in the construction industry, the Construction Industry Council (CIC) has recently published its Model Mediation Agreement and Procedure (MMAP). Nicholas Gould, partner at Fenwick Elliott, explains
the features of the scheme and what practitioners and their clients might hope for from it.
First published on LexisPSL on 10 July 2019.
Construction Industry Council Model Mediation Agreement and Procedure published, LNB News 12/06/2019 61
The CIC has published the first edition of its MMAP. The CIC MMAP sets out a model agreement and procedure for construction and engineering disputes using mediation. It blends guidance and procedure to offer an approach to the low-cost resolution of disputes and facilitate good mediation.
The CIC has just launched the 2019 first edition of its MMAP. The CIC represents the industry and has a long list of impressive associated industry organisation covering engineering, architecture, construction, design, surveying and more. The MMAP
provides a mediation procedure and an agreement for parties to use in order to try to resolv
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