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Adjudicator did not breach rules of natural justice but partial stay of execution granted
Resource type: Legal update: archive
Published on 07-Nov-2011
Edwards-Stuart J in the Technology and Construction Court has held in NAP Anglia Ltd v Sun-Land Development Co Ltd  EWHC 2846 (TCC) that the adjudicator did not breach the rules of natural justice, but ordered a partial stay of execution of the judgment sum due to the claimant's financial position. The judgment also includes some interesting observations on solicitors' witness statements and unpaginated court bundles.
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