The right to be wrong – the ability to review Adjudicators’ determinations

Under tight time pressures to decide often complex matters, Adjudicators appointed to determine an adjudication application under Security of Payment legislation may make mistakes.  When the Adjudicator makes an error of law, are the parties to the determination able to have it set aside? This was the question confronted by the High Court in two …

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