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Working Act

ANALYSIS

The Housing Grants, Construction & Regeneration Act 1996 applies to construction contracts entered into after 1 May 1998. A key part of it was the introduction of adjudication to take place within 28 days of a complaint being lodged, with the prime purpose being to stop late payment and pay when paid. The verdict of lawyers at Disputes Resolution 99 was that the Act was working.

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