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Making a claim must be open to dispute before adjudication

When does a claim become a dispute? This is no idle question these days when the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act entitles a party to a building contract to refer a dispute to adjudication. Importantly, the Act says 'dispute' and not 'claim'. The claim has to be disputed before the right to adjudication arises.

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