(1) Adjudication is initiated by a claimant serving written notice of the claimant's intention to refer a dispute for adjudication (the notice of adjudication) on—
(a) the other party or parties to the construction contract; and
(b) the owner if—
(i) a determination of an owner's liability is sought under section 30(a); and
(ii) an approval for the issue of a charging order is sought under section 30(b).
(2) The notice of adjudication must state—
(a) the date of the notice:
(b) the nature and a brief description of the dispute and of the parties involved:
(c) details of where and when the dispute arose:
(d) the relief or remedy that is sought:
(e) whether approval for the issue of a charging order under section 29 is being sought:
(f) whether a determination of an owner's liability under section 30(a) and an approval for the issue of a charging order under section 30(b) are being sought:
(g) details sufficient to identify the construction contract to which the dispute relates, including—
(i) the names and addresses of the parties to the contract; and
(ii) if available, the addresses that the parties have specified for the service of notices.