Adjudication, as we know it, falls foul of the Human Rights Act
Does the Human Rights Act (HRA) apply to adjudication? This seems to be the hot topic of the moment and one upon which all and sundry have expressed views of late, particularly in rival publications. I was particularly moved by adjudicator Tony Bingham's failure to gain entry to Castle Human Rights (Building 22.9.00).
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