Commentary

165 Enforcement of the adjudicator’s decision

BUILDING AND ENGINEERING vol 5
| Commentary

165 Enforcement of the adjudicator’s decision

| Commentary

165 Enforcement of the adjudicator’s decision

The nature of proceedings in relation to an adjudicator’s decision is that the cause of action is or follows essentially from the failure on the part of the losing party in adjudication to honour the adjudication decision1. The nature of enforcement of adjudicators’ decisions is contractual and the contract requires the parties to comply with the decision of the adjudicator, the adjudicator’s decision may be right or wrong but, whether right or wrong, it is to be complied with. A failure to comply with the decision of the adjudicator and pay the sum ordered

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