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Multi-party arbitration. Whether a contractor can rely on tri-partite
arbitration arrangements to avoid or delay arbitration with a sub-contractor.
I.C.E. 5th Edition (June 1973) Standard form of Contract for Civil
Engineering Works and the F.C.E.C. Standard Form of Sub-Contract
(September 1984 Edition) (the “Blue Form”).
A contractor who refers disputes with a sub-contractor to arbitration
under the main agreement between the contractor and employer must take
steps to implement arbitration with the employer.
Respondents: Lafarge Redlands Aggregates Ltd
Appellants: Shephard Hill Civil Engineering Ltd
Place of court proceedings:
Below follows a short summary and an excerpt from the decision by the
House of Lords represented by Lord Hope of Craighead, Lord Cooke of
Thorndon, Lord Clyde, Lord Hobhouse of Woodborough and Lord Millett.
The case was appealed to the House of Lords from the Court of First
Instance and the Court of Appeal.
This article is from Stockholm Arbitration Report.
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