Adjudication

We routinely act for applicants and respondents in relation to disputes under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW). Recently, we successfully acted for a client in a $4 million adjudication dispute under the Act. We also successfully acted for the same client in the ensuing Supreme Court challenge of the adjudicator’s determination.


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