You have been served! Or have you? Service in Security of Payment matters with Martin Frayne SC
17 July 2018
Tuesday 17 July 2018, Adelaide
The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2009 relies on documents being exchanged and responded to. For the adjudicator it is not enough that the document is evidenced to them for the several steps, contemplated by the Act, they also need to determine if the document has been properly served in accordance with the Act. Common sense and common commercial practice may not give the correct answer to that question. Martin Frayne SC looks at the issue of service and when it has been validly effected under the Act, based upon a practical case study.
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About the presenter
Martin Frayne SC practices as a barrister at Jeffcott Chambers. He was admitted to practice in 1978 and appointed silk in 2009. He is a Resolution Institute adjudicator and has acted as an adjudicator in multiple adjudications.