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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28. Once an adjudicator has been retained and not later than 10 days after the notice of adjudication has been given, the applicant and the other party to the contract must provide the adjudicator with all the documents and information in support of their claims as well as a copy of the notice of adjudication referred to in section 21. The applicant and the other party to the contract, throughout the adjudication, are to ensure that every copy of documents provided to the adjudicator is also given to the other party.
Once the documents and information have been received, the adjudicator has 30 days to render a decision. That time may be extended before its expiry for a maximum of 15 days, at the discretion of the adjudicator.
2018-01M.O. 2018-01, s. 28.
In force: 2018-08-02
28. Once an adjudicator has been retained and not later than 10 days after the notice of adjudication has been given, the applicant and the other party to the contract must provide the adjudicator with all the documents and information in support of their claims as well as a copy of the notice of adjudication referred to in section 21. The applicant and the other party to the contract, throughout the adjudication, are to ensure that every copy of documents provided to the adjudicator is also given to the other party.
Once the documents and information have been received, the adjudicator has 30 days to render a decision. That time may be extended before its expiry for a maximum of 15 days, at the discretion of the adjudicator.
2018-01M.O. 2018-01, s. 28.