The Adjudicators Association of New Zealand delivers a cost effective, prompt and confidential dispute resolution service under the Construction Contracts Act 2002
as amended by the Construction Contracts Amendment Act 2015.

If you have a dispute, get the experts on to the case - we're dedicated to building a fair and natural justice for all.

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The Adjudicators Association of New Zealand delivers a cost effective, prompt and confidential dispute resolution service under the Construction Contracts Act 2002
as amended by the Construction Contracts Amendment Act 2015.

If you have a dispute, get the experts on to the case - we're dedicated to building a fair and natural justice for all.

Get Started Now
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Why opt for Adjudication?

Often projects are held up or delayed because of a single issue. Voluntary adjudication can be the fastest, cheapest and most cost effective resolution option, achieving a fair and equitable outcome for all.

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Why AANZ Adjudication?

AANZ registered adjudicators have qualified in dispute resolution and have many years of service in the construction industry. We understand construction issues, drawing on our members experience covering architecture, building surveying, engineering...

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Many dispute practitioners are often inexperienced in construction matters. It makes sense to bring in the only experts who really understand construction issues and are trained adjudicators with years of Construction Industry experience.

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Construction Contracts Act 2002 Overview

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The Construction Contracts Act 2002 (the Act) provides a process for dealing with payments and disputes under a construction contract ...

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Fees and Costs

Adjudication fees consist of two parts - actual time incurred by your Adjudicator, plus external expenses like site visits, tests and costs, with an apportionment of fees between parties...

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Construction Contracts Act

Under the Construction Contracts Act, if a legitimately claimed payment is not made or a dispute relative to a construction contract arises, any party in the dispute can invoke adjudication.

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