Commercial dispute resolution procedures can involve a number of steps, including adjudication where appropriate. If your business is faced with a dispute that needs settling, find out more about how our adjudication services could help.
The Adjudication Process
The adjudication process can either be a statutory or contractual process for settling a dispute outside of court proceedings. Adjudication is a dispute resolution process that exists within the construction industry, to deal with all forms of building disputes or contract issues that business owners face within this industry.
Our adjudication services have helped a number of businesses within the construction industry, to deal with a variety of disputes including:
- Disputes over the quality of work or craftsmanship
- Delays with building works
- Conflicts over unexpected price changes
- Delayed payments from customers
- Building contract disputes
An adjudicator will consider evidence from both parties involved and will make a final decision on the settlement of the dispute, which both parties must agree to. The adjudicator’s decision can then be enforced by seeking a Court Order. The adjudication process is quick, simple and a fair way for your business to reach a resolution.
Experts in Construction Adjudication
If you are a construction company or a customer (often termed the “employer” in a construction contract) looking for legal advice, the solicitors here at Abacus can help. With a wealth of knowledge in the areas of construction law and dispute resolution, we’re able to help you resolve any building contract disputes you may be experiencing.
Our expert dispute resolution solicitors will be there to guide you through all the stages of the adjudication process, and will help to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible. Contact our Manchester or Warrington offices today to speak to our legal experts and find out how we can help you and your business.