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Arbitration picnic doesn't mean litigation cake is off the menu

The Housing Grants Act says that a party to a construction contract has the right to refer a dispute to adjudication 'at any time'.What does this mean? The new statutory concoction of adjudication was, of course, first cooked up by Sir Michael Latham in his report into trouble-free construction procurement.

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