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PAICE & ANOTHER v HARDING (TRADING AS MJ HARDING CONTRACTORS)

Construction Law Reporter

PAICE & ANOTHER v HARDING (TRADING AS MJ HARDING CONTRACTORS)

Adjudication - Whether decision of adjudicator reached too late - Apparent bias - Jurisdiction and severability

This is another round in the ongoing dispute between the parties which has resulted in a number of adjudications and litigation in the courts. The present case concerned the fifth adjudication between the parties in which the adjudicator decided that the defendant must pay to the claimants £296,006.44 by way of repayment of sums overpaid in respect of the works. The claimants sought to enforce the decision of the adjudicator but the defendant resisted enforcement on three grounds.

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