Process of adjudication

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A notice of intention to adjudicate defines the dispute and prevents either the parties or the adjudicator from introducing other disputes. For example, a notice asking the adjudicator to decide whether or not the referring party is entitled to the specific sum claimed may not permit the adjudicator to decide...

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