Kier Regional Ltd v City & General (Holborn)

Citation: BLR 315

Nature of case:
The adjudicator’s decision to disregard expert evidence submitted on behalf of the defendant as irrelevant could not render the adjudication award unenforceable.  There was no breach of the rules of natural justice and no failure to consider relevant material.  If the adjudicator had been wrong in deciding the evidence was irrelevant, this was the kind of error inherently possible under the adjudication system, not a ground for refusal of enforcement by summary judgment.

See further information:

[2006] CILL 2353 TCC

Also reported in: All ER (D) 64 TCC

 

Counsel

Adrian Williamson QC

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