The UK and Gibraltar have voted to leave the European Union. That decision still needs to be formalised and the UK Government has stated this will be achieved through notification under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. That, in turn, commences official exit negotiations with the EU. It has been debated whether or not Article 50 … Continue reading Brexit strategy: the EU referendum and construction contracts
Recently, I had reason to think about whether the Limitation Act 1980 applies to adjudication. This seems like a “no-brainer” – of course there must be a time limit on the ability to refer a construction dispute to adjudication. Remarkably, though, there is no clear answer and judicial and other opinion on the matter is inconclusive and … Continue reading Adjudication and limitation: adjudication unlimited?