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The long view of the enforcement of adjudicators’ decisions.

Notes from the Editor, Daniel Churcher

Counting days – a moot point.

What are the circumstances in which an adjudicator is required to raise matters with the parties before reaching a decision?

The paradox of encouraging prompt and fair payment within the water and sewerage industries without the Construction Act.

A cautionary tale and a new point of law.

Franco Mastransdrea gives a real-world account of an Adjudicator “taking the initiative”, and having that initiative ultimately endorsed by the Court.

Notes from the Chairman, Hamish Lal