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Adjudication, two disputes, nullity and natural justice

Building Law Monthly

Adjudication, two disputes, nullity and natural justice

In Liverpool City Council v Vial Infrastructure Asset Management (Viam) Ltd (in administration) [2022] EWHC 1235 (TCC), His Honour Judge Stephen Davies held that the decision of an adjudicator could not be enforced because the adjudicator had breached the principles of natural justice in so far as he had reached his decision without giving to the claimant an opportunity to address him on the point which he had decided. The claimant also sought to set aside the decision on a number of other grounds, including that the defendant had sought to refer more than one dispute to adjudication, but these grounds of challenge were all rejected by Judge Davies.

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