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Natural justice does not require adjudicator to permit a Rejoinder (Barry M Cosmetics v Merit)

Natural justice does not require adjudicator to permit a Rejoinder (Barry M Cosmetics v Merit)
Published on: 04 February 2019
Published by: LexisPSL
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Construction analysis: The Technology and Construction Court confirmed that a party can commence an adjudication about the true value of a final account before the contractual due date for payment of such sum. It also held that no breach of natural justice occurred simply because the respondent contractor had not been permitted to give a full Rejoinder (second response) in reply to an expert delay analysis report that was provided for the first time by the claimant in its Reply. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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