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CHAPTER 7 Role of expert witnesses in construction arbitration: delay and disruption and quantum issues

Transnational Construction Arbitration

Page 78 CHAPTER 7 Role of expert witnesses in construction arbitration: delay and disruption and quantum issues Role of expert witnesses in construction arbitration: delay and disruption and quantum issues Gideon E Kamya-Lukoda Anthony J Morgan Overview 7.1 Due to the complex nature of construction projects, disputes often arise even if the parties involved believe that they should be avoidable. An independent opinion is an important factor in aiding disputing parties to reach an amicable settlement or in assisting the entity, to which the dispute has been referred, to reach its decision. This chapter focuses on the authors’ experience in construction arbitrations, which is one of the available dispute resolution mechanisms. 1

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