Ding dong! Door bell wins the day in adjudication notice dispute.

AM Construction v The Darul Amaan Trust An otherwise unglamorous adjudication enforcement case in the TCC has shone a light on some of the issues of serving notices under contracts.  Of particular interest to me has been the role of technology, some old, some new.  This follows on neatly from my article last year on the TfGM v Kier case in the TCC concerning notices under an NEC3 contract. In AM Construction (AMC) v Darul Amaan Trust the Parties disputed whether a Notice of Adjudication had been properly served on AMC by the Trust. The Parties’ contract allowed, “any notice,.

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