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Adjudication application

An Adjudication Application must (as per the Act):

  • Be in writing and:
  • Be addressed to the ANA
  • Must identify the payment claim and the payment schedule (if any) to which it relates
  • Contain submissions relevant to the Claim, such as the history of the relationship between the parties, and all correspondence and documentation that will support your case. The content included in your application is to be decided by the Claimant.
  • Be sent to the Respondent at the same time that the Application is sent to the ANA. Evidence of service of the Application to the Respondent should be provided to the ANA, for example a copy of fax transmission report.

Evidence of service of the Application to the Respondent should be provided to the ANA, for example a copy of fax transmission report.

You may apply for adjudication if:

  • You disagree with the amount the Respondent offers in the payment schedule and it is less than 10 business days since you received the payment schedule
  • The Respondent offers to pay $Nil in the payment schedule and it is less than 10 business days since you received the payment schedule
  • The Respondent fails to pay the whole or part of the amount due and it is less than 10 business days since the due date for payment has past
  • The Respondent fails to issue a payment schedule and it is less than 5 business days since the end of the 2 business days of the 18(2) notice

For inquiries, please ring 1800 651 650

To submit an application, please send to:

Email to:
nominations@resolution.institute

fax to:
+61 2 9251 3733 or

mail or hand-deliver to:
Compass Office
Level 10, Tower 4, World Trade Centre,
611 Flinders Street,
MELBOURNE VIC, 3005

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