Construction

Construction guidance:

What is arbitration? Arbitration is a alternative form of dispute resolution to litigation, under which a dispute is submitted to an arbitrator (or arbitrators) for...

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Development of the rules CIMAR is the acronym for the Construction Industry Model Arbitration Rules, published by the Society of Construction Arbitrators (SCA) and the...

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Arbitration can be conducted under either self-administered ad hoc or institutional procedures and rules. In practice, the use of ad hoc or institutional arbitration...

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While the use of arbitration in domestic construction disputes in the UK has waned due to the continuing popularity of adjudication, it remains a popular forum for...

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This Practice Notice looks at how multiple causes of action can be consolidated and dealt with by means of a single arbitration, focusing on construction disputes. See...

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It is often said that arbitration is a more effective and efficient method for resolving a dispute than litigation but is this actually the case? This Practice Note...

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What is the 100 day arbitration procedure? The Society of Construction Arbitrators published its 100 Day Arbitration Procedure in 2004. The procedure can be adopted by...

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