C-65.1, r. 8.01 - Pilot project to facilitate payment to enterprises that are parties to public construction work contracts and related public subcontracts

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21. A party to a contract, hereafter the “applicant”, wishing to submit a dispute to an adjudicator must give to the other party to the contract a notice of adjudication that contains
(a)  the names and addresses of the parties to the contract;
(b)  the contract number;
(c)  the nature and a description of the dispute;
(d)  the relevant contractual provisions, as applicable;
(e)  the reasons raised in support of the notice of adjudication, the conclusions sought and support documents; and
(f)  the name of 3 adjudicators listed in the registry maintained by the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec; the applicant must first have made certain the adjudicators are available.
2018-01M.O. 2018-01, s. 21.
In force: 2018-08-02
21. A party to a contract, hereafter the “applicant”, wishing to submit a dispute to an adjudicator must give to the other party to the contract a notice of adjudication that contains
(a)  the names and addresses of the parties to the contract;
(b)  the contract number;
(c)  the nature and a description of the dispute;
(d)  the relevant contractual provisions, as applicable;
(e)  the reasons raised in support of the notice of adjudication, the conclusions sought and support documents; and
(f)  the name of 3 adjudicators listed in the registry maintained by the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec; the applicant must first have made certain the adjudicators are available.
2018-01M.O. 2018-01, s. 21.