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If the referring party wins, the responding parties must pay or act upon the adjudicator’s decision. Only after it has been fulfilled can responding parties begin legal proceedings to challenge it. This must be done through the correct procedure.

Contact Helix Law’s expert construction lawyers today to learn whether you have a case that can be referred to adjudication, or for advice on responding to an adjudication notice.

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