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Raynsford verdict on adjudication - it is still to come to fruition

It is nearly three years now since statutory adjudication first sprouted, beanstalk-like, and with what some saw as unhealthy speed, from the fertile wake of the Latham report into construction procurement. Some say, apocryphally no doubt, that Part II of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 was drafted by a biologist. I, of course, could not possibly comment, but if it were, then it would explain a lot.

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