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The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to improve cash-flow by helping to speed up payment in the building and construction industry. Under the Act, any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing will have a statutory right to receive progress payment. Applying to both private and public sector projects, under the Act the right to progress payment is available even where the contract has no provision for progress payment.

 

The Act provides for statutory adjudication which is a simple process to resolve disputes in a quick and relatively low-cost manner. In an adjudication, an independent adjudicator decides on the amount to be paid for a claim made under the Act. The adjudicator’s decision (known as a determination) is binding and the adjudicated amount must be paid by a stipulated due date.

 

This second volume of the series contains all the determinations of the year 2008.

 

General Editors: Chow Kok Fong, Christopher Chuah and Mohan Pillay

 

Contents

 

Commentary
Jurisdiction
Payment Claim
Payment Response
Adjudication Application
Adjudication Response
Miscellaneous Issues
Index to Commentary
Table of Cases Mentioned in Commentary
Table of Adjudications Mentioned in Commentary
Table of Statutes Mentioned in Commentary
 

Adjudication Determinations
Products specifications
Article Type Singapore Construction Adjudication Review
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.95700
Depth 3.00000
Height 23.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable No
OUT OF PRINT

The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to improve cash-flow by helping to speed up payment in the building and construction industry. Under the Act, any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing will have a statutory right to receive progress payment. Applying to both private and public sector projects, under the Act the right to progress payment is available even where the contract has no provision for progress payment.


General Editors: Chow Kok Fong, Christopher Chuah and Mohan Pillay


OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT

The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to improve cash-flow by helping to speed up payment in the building and construction industry. Under the Act, any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing will have a statutory right to receive progress payment. Applying to both private and public sector projects, under the Act the right to progress payment is available even where the contract has no provision for progress payment.

 

The Act provides for statutory adjudication which is a simple process to resolve disputes in a quick and relatively low-cost manner. In an adjudication, an independent adjudicator decides on the amount to be paid for a claim made under the Act. The adjudicator’s decision (known as a determination) is binding and the adjudicated amount must be paid by a stipulated due date.

 

This second volume of the series contains all the determinations of the year 2008.

 

General Editors: Chow Kok Fong, Christopher Chuah and Mohan Pillay

 

Contents

 

Commentary
Jurisdiction
Payment Claim
Payment Response
Adjudication Application
Adjudication Response
Miscellaneous Issues
Index to Commentary
Table of Cases Mentioned in Commentary
Table of Adjudications Mentioned in Commentary
Table of Statutes Mentioned in Commentary
 

Adjudication Determinations
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Products specifications
Article Type Singapore Construction Adjudication Review
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.95700
Depth 3.00000
Height 23.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable No
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