This is an evening event organised by CIArb's North West Branch and the Chartered Institute of Building.
The arbitration hearing will be held at Council Chamber, Stockport Town Hall on 14 March 2019 commencing at 6.30pm prompt and delegates are requested to be in their seats 5 minutes beforehand for introductions.
The Arbitrator is Paul Jensen, counsel for the Claimant and the Respondent will be provided by Kings Chambers, Manchester.
A light buffet will be provided from 6.00pm.
Early booking is essential.
Cost: £18.00 including VAT
Lady Elizabeth Spence lost her prize Andalusian stallion when he broke out of his stables one stormy night, bolted across meadows and onto a road only to be injured by a passing car. The car did not stop and the horse had to be put down. The stables had been part of a recently completed extensive development of outbuildings at Manor Hall, the home of Lady Elizabeth. On the fateful night the horse had spooked and kicked the stable doors off its cast iron hinges enabling him to break out.
Lady Elizabeth brought a claim under the arbitration provision of the JCT Intermediate Building Contract 2011 against the architect and/or the builder for either negligent design or shoddy workmanship or both.