- March 20, 2015
Adjudicators, their office managers, and natural justice: a cautionary tale
The facts of Paice v MJ Harding are bizarre, and potentially troubling for those involved in adjudications. In March 2013, Mr Paice and Ms Springall engaged MJ Harding to construct and fit out two residential houses in Surrey. By September 2013, the works had come to a halt and the parties had fallen out. Two … Continue reading Adjudicators, their office managers, and natural justice: a cautionary tale →
- April 24, 2012
When a building is destroyed by fire, how do you prove who is to blame?
A number of recent cases illustrate the exacting standard applied by the court to questions of competing-causes in fire claims. Where, who and how The most recent case is United Marine Aggregates Ltd v GM Welding & Engineering Ltd, which shows that working out where the fire started – or who started it – may … Continue reading When a building is destroyed by fire, how do you prove who is to blame? →