Following on from our latest Adjudication Case Update on the case of J & B Hopkins Limited v A&V Building Solution Limited, a recent Technology and Construction Court (TCC) judgment serves as an important reminder that parties attempting to resist enforcement of adjudicator's decisions citing breaches of natural justice will need a particularly strong case to succeed. Here we summarise the practical takeaways from the case of Home Group Limited v MPS Housing Limited  EWHC 1946.
Complexity and time constraints in adjudications – not a bar to enforcement!
This is yet another example of the court's robust attitude to the enforcement of adjudicator's decisions and shows the high bar which must be met if a natural justice challenge is going to succeed.
Partner, Construction & Engineering
Our Construction & Engineering team deal with adjudications on a daily basis and would be delighted to discuss any of the issues raised in this article with you.
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