Security of Payment
Able Adjudication is about helping people use the Security of Payment Act in an attempt to resolve their payment disputes and assist cash flow through adjudication if necessary. Do you need help with a payment dispute and cash flow? If you are in the Building and Construction game then the Security of Payments Legislation may be able to help you.
We are authorised by the following governments to nominate Adjudicators who can decide on payment disputes in these states and territorities:
Able Adjudication’s NSW head office will be relocating on 1 July 2016. Find out the details on our Contact Us page.
As a result of the QLD 2014 Amendment Act there are no longer Authorised Nominating Authorities (ANA) in QLD as of Monday 15 December 2014. Industry has to make adjudication applications directly to the Queensland Building and Construction Commission. However, Able Adjudication will continue to provide guidance on the legislation through our Queensland page
Security of Payment Legislation has been in force in Australia since 2000 so it is tried and tested and has passed all challenges and criticisms. In short this type of legislation works and is very effective to get results quickly.
All the Australian States and Territories, New Zealand and Singapore have recognized that Security of Payment legislation schemes resolves payment disputes quickly and assists cash flow down the contract chain for the benefit of contractors, suppliers and employees.
In most cases the legislation keeps the dispute out of the court system but still can provide a court judgment on account. For relevant guidance notes on your Act please read the information provided under each Adjudication Scheme by clicking here.
Then browse through this site and give Able Adjudication a ring to find out more about the various legislations that may be affecting you. Don’t wait before it’s too late.
Contact Able Adjudication now on 1300 922 303 or firstname.lastname@example.org.