Guide to Resisting Enforcement under the Construction Contracts Act 2002

BDT Guide to Resisting Enforcement
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There are several ways for a party to enforce an adjudication determination under the Construction Contracts Act 2002 (the Act), and it is generally very difficult to resist enforcement. However, there are some options depending on the method of enforcement employed.

An adjudicator's determination can also (in some circumstances) be challenged through judicial review in the High Court.

This Guide is intended to provide a summary of ways to resist enforcement and should be read alongside the Building Disputes Tribunal Guide to Enforcement under the Construction Contracts Act 2002.

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