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Coulson on Construction Adjudication

Author/EditorCoulson (Justice of A (Author)
ISBN: 9780198822110
Pub Date20/12/2018
BindingHardback
Pages672
Edition4th Revised
Dimensions (mm)248(h) * 179(w) * 43(d)
The fourth edition of Coulson on Construction Adjudication continues to provide the most authoritative and in-depth analysis of the law and practice of adjudication in construction and engineering disputes available.
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This fourth edition of Sir Peter Coulson's highly regarded work on construction adjudication, widely considered to be the leading authority in the field, continues to provide comprehensive analysis of the law and practice of adjudication in construction and engineering disputes.

Thoroughly revised with reference to over 80 new adjudication cases, the new edition of this popular title also provides an analysis of the increase in 'smash and grab' payment claims brought by contractors based on the procedural omissions of the employer. The book has also expanded to cover developments in the Technology and Construction Court's (TCC) practice and procedure for dealing with 'smash and grab' claims, and includes practical guidance from the TCC and Commercial Court as to the
necessary ethical principles to be adopted by adjudicators.

This work is the definitive guide to the law and practice of construction adjudication, making it an essential reference work for all those involved with construction law.

This fourth edition of Sir Peter Coulson's highly regarded work on construction adjudication, widely considered to be the leading authority in the field, continues to provide comprehensive analysis of the law and practice of adjudication in construction and engineering disputes.

Thoroughly revised with reference to over 80 new adjudication cases, the new edition of this popular title also provides an analysis of the increase in 'smash and grab' payment claims brought by contractors based on the procedural omissions of the employer. The book has also expanded to cover developments in the Technology and Construction Court's (TCC) practice and procedure for dealing with 'smash and grab' claims, and includes practical guidance from the TCC and Commercial Court as to the
necessary ethical principles to be adopted by adjudicators.

This work is the definitive guide to the law and practice of construction adjudication, making it an essential reference work for all those involved with construction law.

Lord Justice Coulson was a member of Keating Chambers, one of the two specialist construction sets, from 1984, and took Silk in 2001. He is a Bencher of Gray's Inn. He was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2001 and he became a Recorder the same year. In 2004, he was appointed a Senior Circuit Judge in the Technology and Construction Court. In 2008 he was appointed as a High Court Judge in the Queen's Bench Division. He was a presiding Judge of the North Eastern Circuit between 2011 and 2014. He was appointed as the Judge in Charge of the Technology and Construction Court in 2016 and was appointed to the Court of Appeal in July 2017.

PART I STATUTORY ADJUDiCATION 1: The Latham Report and Its Aftermath 2: The Statutory Provisions Relating to Adjudication 3: The Statutory Provisions Relating to Payment 4: The Statutory Scheme PART II OTHER FORMS OF ADJUDICATION 5: Contractual Adjudication 6: Ad Hoc Adjudication PART III THE ADJUDICATOR'S JURISDICTION 7: General Principles 8: Errors of Law and Fact 9: Abatement and Set-Off 10: Costs and Fees PART IV NATURAL JUSTICE 11: General Principles 12: Bias 13: A Fair Hearing PART V ENFORCEMENT 14: The Status and Effect of an Adjudicator's Decision 15: Principles of Enforcement 16: Adjudication Business in the TCC 17: Stay of Execution PART VI A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO ADJUDICATION 18: Commencing an Adjudication 19: The Adjudication Itself 20: The Adjudicator's Decision APPENDICES Appendix A: Part II of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 Appendix B: The Scheme for Construction Contracts (England and Wales) Regulations 1998, S.I. 1998/649 Appendix C: Adjudication Business Appendix D: Draft directions order in adjudication enforcement proceedings

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