Over the years, the construction industry in Australia has grappled with an influx of disputes arising from a myriad of contractual issues. As projects grow more complex and costs soar higher, disagreements between parties increase, resulting in adverse effects on progress, profitability, and industry relationships.
In the diverse world of dispute resolution, litigation often stands as the towering, go-to method. Yet, its dominance doesn’t necessarily denote universal suitability. As the landscape of disputes evolves, with stakeholders yearning for swifter, amicable, and economical resolution avenues, methodologies like expert determination have increasingly come into the spotlight.
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In the vast realm of dispute resolution, litigation often emerges as the most recognized method. However, it’s not always the most efficient or suitable approach for every disagreement. As businesses and individuals seek quicker, less adversarial, and more cost-effective ways to resolve their disputes, alternative methods like expert determination have gained prominence.
In the complex world of dispute resolution, the uncountable of pathways available to parties seeking compensation can be daunting. Two mechanisms that often come to the forefront, owing to their efficacy and efficiency, are Expert Determination and Arbitration.