Introduction There is much debate on the extent of adjudicators’ powers and jurisdiction under section 25 of the Construction Industry
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Sub-Contractors’ Claim Against the Principal When the Main Contractor is Wound-Up: A Section 30 CIPAA 2012 Update
Introduction The Malaysian Construction Industry Payment And Adjudication Act, 2012 [“CIPAA”] allows a sub-contractor who has obtained an adjudication