About Security Of Payment Act Adjudication
The Security Of Payment Adjudication process operates for the benefit of the claimant.
Providing Successful Results.. Fast.. At Low Cost for Building & Construction Payment Disputes. This process removes the need for expensive lawyers and long drawn out court proceedings.
Adjudication under the Security Of Payment Act is intended to provide continuity of payment to contractors CASH-FLOW !
Security Of Payment Adjudication means your money in your bank – sooner!
Security Of Payment Adjudication Is The Best Solution For Building & Construction Disputes
Adjudication is a simple process which is based on written submissions from both parties that are considered by an Adjudicator whom determines the amount, if any, the Claimant should receive. The Security Of Payment Adjudication process offers outstanding service, quickly, and at low cost. To find out more browse your state in the menu bar at the top of this page. Or, call for a free consultation and advice the best way forward for you to resolve you payment issues. Contact us on 1300 732 687
Case # 1 – Civil Works Contractor
Carried out significant works for larger mid tier builder who was contracted to state government. Contacted us as soon as the builder went outside of the agreed trading terms. We applied for adjudication immediately and at the same time served a payment withholding request on government body. We obtained adjudication determination for the full amount claimed and recovered the money direct from the principal contractor – the government.
Case # 2 – Piling Contractor
Carried out very significant works for same larger mid tier builder who was contracted to state government. Did not contact us as soon as the builder went outside of the agreed trading terms. Came to us when word started to get around that the builder may not survive but was too late. By the time we obtained an adjudication determination for 100% of the claimed amount the builder had external administrators appointed – game over.
Which one will you be ?