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Lack of jurisdiction and an Adjudicator’s right to resign

The recent Court of Appeal judgment in Steve Ward Services (UK) Ltd v Davies & Davies Associates Ltd [2022] gives guidance to adjudication practitioners and parties as to the circumstances surrounding an adjudicator’s right to resign in the context of him or her lacking jurisdiction, together with the right of the adjudicator to recover fees incurred.

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by Jonathan Shaw



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