Adjudication Explained Along with its Strengths and Weaknesses of Adjudicating Disputes.

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A detailed analysis of adjudication as a form of dispute resolution. This involves a comparative case study of different jurisdictions and in particular their approaches to security of payment legislation, laws that rely heavily on adjudicators and fast track claims for payment. In some cases of course the ‘fast track’ nature of such determinations can compromise the accuracy of decision making, putting on hold a more substantive analysis of the merits to a later time. In this study, we look at jurisdictions including New Zealand, New South Wales and Victoria

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