Common Issues in Malaysian Adjudication: Guide to CIPAA 2012 (Soft Cover)
Common Issues in Malaysian Adjudication: Guide to CIPAA 2012 by Sr. Nik Hasbi Fathi
Sr. Nik Hasbi Fathi and Dr. Shahrizal M Zin
01 October, 2020
This book explains the statutory adjudication procedure under the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012 (Act 746) in a comprehensible manner (CIPAA 2012). The book takes the reader step by step through the CIPAA 2012 adjudication procedure, from the beginning to the delivery of the adjudication verdict. Nearly 100 frequent concerns that arise at various phases of the adjudication process have been listed in this book. This book focuses on a developing body of domestic case law, offering a clear presentation and discussion of the relevant case law. The book's Q&A structure uses a problem-based approach to offer solutions to prevalent challenges in Malaysian adjudication. Following an introduction part, the reader is given a summary of the construction process as well as any potential disagreements, bringing the reader from the start of construction through the conclusion of a project.
• From beginning to end, the reader is guided through the CIPAA 2012 adjudication procedure.
• Views the building process from beginning to end, noting any issues that arise along the way.
• Nearly 100 frequent concerns are identified as being significant at each level of the adjudication procedure.
•Answers frequent questions about Malaysian adjudication.
• Covers a growing number of domestic cases, as well as English cases from other jurisdictions.
•Reader-friendly Q&A style allows busy practitioners and students to rapidly locate the relevant part to their challenges.
CONTENTS of Common Issues in Malaysian Adjudication
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