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Charles Pimlott acts in adjudication enforcement

News | 10th Apr 2017

In AECOM v Staptina [2017] EWHC 723 (TCC), Mr Justice Fraser held that an adjudicator had not acted outside of her jurisdiction or in breach of the rules of natural justice by deciding how deductions for alleged defects should be assessed under the NEC Engineering and Construction Short Subcontract June 2005, with amendments September 2011. […]

Charles Pimlott acted for the successful claimant in adjudication enforcement claim

News | 23rd Jan 2017

This case represents the latest word from the TCC in a long line of cases about serial adjudication. The issue was whether an adjudicator’s second decision requiring the defendant to pay a sum of money contradicted a binding first adjudication decision by exceeding a £136,500 payment cap. Mrs Justice Nerys Jefford held that it did […]

The latest word on serial adjudication by Charles Pimlott

News | 5th Oct 2016

The latest word on serial adjudication by Charles Pimlott – Amey Wye Valley Ltd v The County of Hertfordshire District Council [2016] EWHC 2368 (TCC). Please see Charles Pimlott’s article on this subject here.

Amey v Herefordshire District Council – TCC considers for the first time how to interpret an adjudicator’s decision that has become final and binding

News | 4th Oct 2016

In a decision handed down today, Mr Justice Fraser has held that Herefordshire District Council are entitled to have an adjudication decision of Mr Matthew Molloy enforced, in the sum of c£10M. The dispute arose out of a long term maintenance contract, incorporating the NEC standard form (2nd edition), made between Herefordshire District Council and […]

Charles Pimlott successfully acts in an adjudication enforcement in the TCC where the operation of the slip rule is considered

News | 20th Feb 2015

PP Construction Ltd v Geoffrey Osbourne Ltd [2015] EWHC 325 (TCC), Stuart-Smith J. The TCC considered the operation of the ‘slip rule’ in the context of a contractual adjudication where it was alleged that the corrected decision was issued out of time and therefore unenforceable. The Court held that the corrected ‘slip’ decision was issued […]

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