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Adjudicate Today | Australia | 3 Dec 2019

Of Unfounded Emotive Declarations and the Death of Queensland Adjudication

Those who make unfounded, emotive declarations should put up or shut up. Lexology readers deserve that such declarations be supported by empirical

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Adjudicate Today | Australia | 19 Nov 2019

Of Inconsistency and the Painful Death of Queensland Adjudication

Building industry participants have no insurance against losing their assets under the ineffective and Dying Building Industry Fairness (BIF) Act

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Adjudicate Today | Australia | 8 Nov 2019

An Adjudicator’s Opinion of the Changes Made to the Security of Payment Act in New South Wales

The purpose of this article is to summarise the main changes introduced by Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Amendment Act 2018

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Adjudicate Today | Australia | 25 Oct 2019

NSW Security of Payment Act - a Warning to Industry Participants

The consolidated NSW Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 is now available for download from the official sites. The Act

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Adjudicate Today | Australia | 18 Oct 2019

Important Amendments to NSW Security of Payment Act

Important amendments to the NSW Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act and Regulation commenced on and from 21 October 2019. They

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Adjudicate Today | Australia | 15 Oct 2019

The Death Knell Bell Does Toll for Queensland Adjudication

From 2005 to 2014, there was rare consensus in the Australian Building and Construction Industry. Of all the State and Territory Security of Payment

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Adjudicate Today | Australia | 2 Sep 2019

The decline of Queensland adjudication 2008 - 2018

Recent articles have highlighted the decline in the number of adjudication decisions in Queensland. Figures quoted come from published statistics of

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