He considers how the Privy Council case of National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd v Olint Corp Ltd  UKPC 16 has shaken up the test. He also examines how delaying your application might be fatal to its success. Finally, there have been a number of decisions dealing with the adequacy of damages test, which has now become a rapidly developing area of the law. In Openview Security Solutions Ltd v the London Borough of Merton Council  EWHC 2694 (TCC), Stuart-Smith J held that damages would be an adequate remedy for a tenderer and lifted the suspension on a contracting process.
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P&OJ, May/June 2016, 12-14