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John Sisk & Sons and Duro Felguera [2016] EWHC 81 (TCC)

26th Jan 2016

Nicholas Collings acted for the Claimant in the matter of John Sisk & Sons and Duro Felguera [2016] EWHC 81 (TCC). This was an application by the Claimant to enforce an adjudicator’s decision made in October 2015 for sums in excess of £10million.

The dispute arose from a contract between the parties where Sisk was engaged by Duro to carry out civils works at a Combined Cycle Power Plant for an estimated cost of £34million. Duro’s challenge to the Adjudicators decision failed and therefore Sisk has been awarded entitlement to the summary judgment as claimed.

To read the full judgment please click here.





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