Insolvent Company Successfully Enforces an Adjudicator’s Decision

The recent case of Styles & Wood Limited (in administration) v GE CIF Trustees Limited is one of the first reported decisions where an insolvent party has successfully enforced an adjudication decision using the principles laid down in the recent […]

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When Does an Adjudicator’s Error Amount to a Breach of Natural Justice?

One of the few grounds available for resisting the enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision is a claim of breach of the rules of natural justice. In the case of JJ Rhatigan & Co (UK) Limited (“Rhatigan”) v Rosemary Lodge Developments […]

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