Common Issues in Malaysian Adjudication: Guide to CIPAA 2012 (Soft Cover)
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• Guides the reader through the adjudication process under CIPAA 2012 from start to finish
• Views the construction process from start to finish with the disputes identified along the way
• Identifies nearly 100 common issues that are of relevant during each stage of the adjudication process
• Provides answers to the common issues in Malaysian adjudication
• Covers a growing body of domestic cases while reference is made to English cases in other jurisdictions
• Q and A format that is reader friendly where busy practitioners and students can quickly find the relevant section to their problems
Table of contents
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Statutory Adjudication
Chapter 2: Before the Referral
Chapter 3: Referral to Adjudication
Chapter 4: The Process After the Referral
Chapter 5: The Conduct of The Proceedings
Chapter 6: The Adjudication Decision
Chapter 7: After Adjudication Is Over
Chapter 8: Other Considerations
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