Construction Adjudication in Malaysia, 2nd Edition
Construction Adjudication in Malaysia, 2nd Edition By Lam Wai Loon; Ivan Y.F. Loo
|Author||Lam Wai Loon; Ivan Y.F. Loo|
|Publication Date||Jan, 2018|
||Hardcover + Ebook|
The second edition of Construction Adjudication in Malaysia looks at the legal concepts that govern the application of the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012 in Malaysia (CIPA Act 2012). It is the first book to examine all judicial decisions on construction adjudication issued by Malaysian courts since the CIPA Act 2012 took effect in April 2014, including the latest Federal Court judgement in View Esteem Sdn Bhd v Bina Puri Holdings Berhad  8 AMR 167. Other jurisdictions' recent advancements, such as the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore, are also examined and addressed.
The book is organised into 22 chapters that give in-depth and practical guidance on all aspects of the adjudication process, from the submission of a payment claim through the initiation of adjudication procedures, management of the adjudication processes, and delivery of the adjudication judgement. This is followed by an easy-to-understand and thorough Practice Guide, which provides a step-by-step structure for navigating the whole adjudication process effectively.
The current work is a new and revamped edition of the highly regarded first edition, which has been dubbed a "seminal" book on adjudication in Malaysia, and will serve as a useful reference for judges, legal practitioners, adjudicators, and students, as well as employers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and consultants in the construction industry.
KEY FEATURES of Construction Adjudication in Malaysia:
- Thorough examination of legal principles governing application of CIPA Act 2012
- In-depth and practical guidance on the entire adjudication process
- Main provisions of CIPA Act 2012 clearly explained
- Comprehensive discussion of Malaysian adjudication cases decided since CIPA Act 2012 came into force
- Includes an easy-to-use and comprehensive Practice Guide - a step by step framework to navigate the entire adjudication process
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