Subpart 3—Conduct of adjudication proceedings

38 Jurisdiction of adjudicators

(1)

An adjudicator’s jurisdiction in relation to any dispute that has been referred to adjudication is limited to determining—

(a)

the matters referred to in sections 48, 49(1)(c), and 50(1)(c); and

(b)

any other matters that are of a consequential or ancillary nature necessary to exercise or complete the exercise of the jurisdiction conferred by paragraph (a).

(2)

However, the parties to an adjudication may, at any time, by written agreement, extend the jurisdiction of an adjudicator to determine any matters in addition to those mentioned in subsection (1).