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Supreme Court: losing party to adjudication has six years to challenge that decision in the courts

A party seeking repayment of sums paid following an adjudication award against it has six years from the date of payment to do so, the UK's highest court has confirmed. 17 Jun 2015

DAB decisions are immediately enforceable, says Singapore court

A failure by one party to comply with the decision of a Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB) under a FIDIC ( International Federation of Consulting Engineers ) form of contract can be directly referred to arbitration, the Singapore Court of Appeal said last week.... 08 Jun 2015

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Chinese arbitration rules updated to reflect best practices in international arbitration, says CIETAC

China's oldest arbitration centre has updated its rules for 2015 in order to "adapt to the newest developments in international arbitration practice" while at the same time accounting for agreements that make reference to the breakaway Shanghai and Shenzhen... 21 Jan 2015

Companies must follow contractual process to challenge interim construction payments, rules High Court

Companies that want to challenge building contractors' demands for interim payment during a project can only do so using the methods laid out in the contract governing the work, the High Court has ruled. 03 Dec 2014

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