AANZ brings a wide range of dispute practitioners with substantial experience in construction matters. It makes sense to bring in the experts who really understand construction issues and are trained adjudicators with years of Construction Industry experience.
It's important to note that either party to a construction contract can commence adjudication even without the agreement of the other party. This includes non payment of a legitimately claimed payment in accordance with the CCA 2002, or any other dispute relative to any aspect of a construction contract.
Below is an outline of how to get the adjudication process started if you have a dispute under the Construction Contracts Act 2002. Contact the Adjudicators Association for further details. The AANZ can offer solutions no matter which path of the diagram you need to follow.
This diagram covers the process of initiating a dispute, selecting an Adjudicator and starting the dispute process.