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The validity of a notice of dissatisfaction

Building Law Monthly

The validity of a notice of dissatisfaction

In Transport for Greater Manchester v Kier Construction Ltd [2021] EWHC 804 (TCC) O’Farrell J held that the claimant had given a valid notice of dissatisfaction with the decision of an adjudicator, and in doing so it had preserved its right to challenge the decision of the adjudicator through legal proceedings and to prevent the decision becoming final and binding. The defendant’s application for a declaration that the court lacked jurisdiction to hear the claimant’s Part 8 claim and an order setting aside the Part 8 claim was therefore dismissed.

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