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Articles in the 2008/November Newsletter

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As I reach the end of my tenure as Chairman of the Society may I take a moment to reflect for the benefit of members exactly what the objectives of the Society are and what we are doing to achieve these.
As I reach the end of my tenure as Chairman of the Society may I take a moment to reflect for the benefit of members exactly what the objectives of the Society are and what we are doing to achieve these.
The theme of this edition of the Newsletter is “Decisions.”  We have contributions from a panel of very distinguished and experienced adjudicators and arbitrators – a remark which the Editor is unfortunately quite sure will not affect her reception the next time she is making doubtless inadequa

Complaints series 

There is no correct format or style for an Adjudicator’s Decision; it is all a matter of personal choice for the Adjudicator. There are some basic principles that ought to be followed. 
 
The Decision ought to look like a ‘professional piece of work’.
Introduction 
 
There has been much debate over the last 10 years of statutory adjudication about whether, and if so, to what extent, the Adjudicator should take the initiative to ascertain the facts and the law – plainly the debate is alive and well.