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The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 requires that every construction contract and sub-contract has to provide for an adjudication procedure and that every contractual dispute should have a decision reached within 35 days of its occurrence. An independent party or tribunal renders a decision which is then binding for a period of time or until removal by another tribunal.;This text examines the rules of adjudication, looking at CIC Model Adjudication Procedure, the ICE Adjudication Procedure 1997, TeCSA Adjudication Rules 1998 version 1.2, and the CEDR Rules of Adjudication. It reviews the differences between these schemes and how each deals with the potential problems of short time scales, liability of the adjudicator to the parties concerned, enforcement of awards and more.;The process of adjudication is fully explained and the Dispute Review Boards (DRBs) place in international projects is also discussed. The conduct of adjudication and enforcement of an adjudicator's decision is also dealt with.