18 August 2021 | IMPORTANT NOTICE

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In line with Ministry of Health guidance, our staff are currently working remotely. They remain available to assist and it is business as usual. However, we ask that wherever possible you contact us online or by email to registrar@buildingdisputestribunal.co.nz.

If you need to courier documents, please contact our Registry staff in the first instance to confirm the appropriate delivery details.

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Arb-Med: a brief overview

Arb-Med: a brief overview

Arb-Med, when structured and delivered in a way that ensures procedural certainty and efficacy, can provide disputing parties with the ‘best of both worlds’ in terms of a single unified process that: combines the benefits of both mediation and arbitration: speed,...

Cross Lease

What is a cross lease? A cross lease is where a number of people own an undivided share in a piece of land and the homes that they build on the land are leased from the other land-owners (normally for a term of 999 years). The houses are usually flats or townhouses....
When can you go to Adjudication?

When can you go to Adjudication?

Under section 25 of the Act, any party to a construction contract is entitled to refer a dispute arising under that construction contract to adjudication except where the parties have agreed to refer disputes between them to arbitration and the arbitration is an...