Adjudication

Adjudication definition

/əˌdʒuːdɪˈkeɪʃn/

What does Adjudication mean?

A statutory or contractual procedure by which a party to a construction contract has a right to have a dispute decided by an adjudicator (usually within 28 days of referral). Subject to contract provisions to the contrary, the adjudicator’s decision is binding unless/until either party commences court/arbitration proceedings.

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