ADJUDICATOR ENTITLED TO FORM A VIEW ABOUT ALLEGATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL NEGLIGENCE
Gillies Ramsay Diamond v PJW Enterprises Ltd (unreported, Outer House of the Court of Session, 27 June 2002)
Gillies Ramsay Diamond v PJW Enterprises Ltd
(unreported, Outer House of the Court of Session, 27 June 2002), Lady Paton held that the question whether or not a party had been guilty of professional negligence fell within the scope of the jurisdiction of an adjudicator. The case itself raises a number of other issues, to which we shall return, but here we confine ourselves to the important question of the application of the adjudication provisions to professional negligence claims.
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