The majority of claims relating to building or engineering contracts are begun as Technology and Construction Court claims ('TCC claims')1. A claim may be brought as a TCC claim if it involves issues or questions which are technically complex, or if a trial by a TCC judge is desirable2. Typical claims which are brought in the Technology and Construction Court include building or other construction disputes, including claims for the enforcement of the decisions of adjudicators under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, 3engineering disputes4, claims by and against engineers, architects, surveyors, accountants and other specialised advisers
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