Adjudicator sentence example

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  • The adjudicator can't change the contract; he only adjudicates quarrels about the contract.
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  • It is therefore necessary to consider the ambit of the adjudicator's powers.
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  • The decision of the adjudicator shall be binding on both parties until the dispute is finally determined by arbitration pursuant to clause 9.5 hereof.
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  • I am a registered Adjudicator and is also training to become a Chartered arbitrator.
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  • If the question put is tightly circumscribed, the adjudicator, as first happened here, would be right to debar new arguments.
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  • I dismiss the claimant 's application for declaratory relief declaring that the Adjudicator's decision was null and void.
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  • It also gives a sub-contractor the opportunity to object to a proposed adjudicator on the grounds of actual or perceived conflict of interest.
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  • Mr Raeside invites me to hold that the adjudicator did not consider the respondent's counterclaim.
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  • But this does not mean that an Adjudicator's decision can never be impugned.
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  • But the adjudicator's determination is capable of being reopened in subsequent proceedings.
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  • The adjudicator's decision, although not finally determinative, may give rise to an immediate payment obligation.
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  • In the even newer model, tricky points of law, interpretation of contracts, promissory estoppel were pinged at the odd QS adjudicator.
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  • That the adjudicator could be a complete ignoramus about the job might be viewed as a downside.
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  • Now, it isn't unusual to challenge the adjudicator's jurisdiction.
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  • The Adjudicator is a fair and unbiased referee whose recommendations are independent of HMRC.
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  • There is an Independent Complaints Adjudicator who can suspend or disqualify trustees.
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  • I am therefore of opinion that the adjudicator made an intra vires error rather than one which rendered his decision ultra vires.
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  • What is also left unanswered is the situation where an adjudicator's decision is plainly wrong on a question of law or fact.
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  • Peter Black, the telecoms adjudicator, announced last week that the number of unbundled lines in the UK is nearing 500,000.
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  • The notifying Party refers the dispute to the Adjudicator within seven days of the notice.
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  • Counsel for NDL submitted that the Adjudicator wrongly decided that he was unable to consider issues relating to delay.
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  • The Adjudicator may rule on his own substantive jurisdiction, and as to the scope of the Adjudication.
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  • The adjudicator was asked to determine whether the defenders had failed to give timeous notice of intention to withhold payment.
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  • What is also left unanswered is the situation where an adjudicator 's decision is plainly wrong on a question of law or fact.
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