After the Warrant Officer is notified, the next step is the appointment of an adjudicator. The appointment of an adjudicator must be made within seven days of notification of the warrant declaration. The parties may agree that a person is acting as a warrant officer or, in the absence of an agreement, the party who referred the dispute to the decision, file an application with a Nominating Body (ANB) adjudicator. This is usually done by filling out a form and paying the required fee. Upon receipt of an application for the appointment of an adjudicator, the ABO should submit its selection to the dispute within five days of the application. If an NBI does not do so, the whole process must start over. In Italy, there is an important distinction between public and private procurement. In private construction contracts, the parties are free to include an REL clause in the contract of their choice. In addition, they may later commit to an REL agreement (for arbitration, mediation or other ADRs) to settle a particular dispute. With regard to public procurement, the issue is expressly governed by paragraphs 239, 240 and 241 of the public procurement code. If the value of a proposed transaction is more than 100,000 euros, these transaction agreements must first be approved by a person mandated from the participating public body or by its supreme public official. Similar value limits also apply to out-of-court settlements.
Public procurement may also include a compromise clause if the existence of such a clause has been explicitly agreed, otherwise these clauses will not agree. The legislation defines a “construction contract” well above it and it is not mandatory for a construction contract to be agreed in writing. Therefore, what may appear to be an informal oral agreement may still fall within the definition. The parties can also agree on the application of the adjudation to the sl bau (rules for the settlement of construction disputes). This is most often agreed when the parties opt for the ADR. SL-Bau only applies to written agreements. The forms of ADR available under the SL construction are: warrantation, mediation, conciliation and conciliation. In France, parties can use and choose a warrant procedure as a dispute resolution procedure for work contracts (. B for example, sale in the future state of approval) if the parties do not reach an agreement on the completion of the building. Parties may include in the contract conditions that allow them to appoint an expert to determine the dispute in the event of a dispute. a list of approved experts can be included in the agreement.
If the parties accept the expert`s decision, it hires him. However, in the absence of an agreement, the parties can initiate legal proceedings. In Germany, there is no law on legal adjudication, which is why the settlement of disputes by adjudation only applies to contract work if it is agreed by contract between the parties.