An adjudication enforcement is a legal process whereby a court orders someone to do something, or refrain from doing something, as a result of that person breaching a contract. The court may order the person to pay damages to the other party, or to carry out some other remedy.
The directions for adjudication enforcement proceedings, as set out in Appendix F of the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) Guide, have been amended to reflect the launch of the Business and Property Courts of England and Wales (B&PCs) in October 2017.
This document provides the particulars of claim for enforcement of an adjudicator's decision under CPR Part 7 and by way of summary judgment under CPR Part 24 in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC).
This is an example of a claim form to enforce an adjudicator's decision by way of summary judgment in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC). For an example of a completed form, see Standard document, Case study: claim form to enforce an adjudicator's decision.
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