Use An Alternative Dispute Resolution Scheme

1  Use an Alternative Dispute Resolution scheme 

Builders are not required to be part of an ADR scheme, but are legally obliged to point you in the direction of an accredited scheme, and specify whether or not they’re willing to use one.

Some of the most recognised schemes cover:

Builders that are members of the Federation of Master Builders

Furniture, home improvement and floor covering suppliers that are members of The Furniture Ombudsman.

Builders that show Trustmark symbols also offer ADR services too.

Altion Law are specialists at advising and representing parties in a Contractual Dispute relating to a Construction Project.  If you would like to have a confidential discussion with a member of our team, if you complete our contact us form, we will call you back at a time that is suitable for you or you can contact us directly on 01908 414990.

2. What is Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)?

The CRA 2015 also provides for the use of ADR in all Consumer agreements. ADR has many forms, but the main advantages of solving a problem with alternative dispute resolution that they are cheaper than court solutions. They are more flexible, faster and less stressful. You may receive compensation and procedure is confidential.

Altion Law are specialists at advising and representing parties in a Contractual Dispute relating to a Construction Project.  If you would like to have a confidential discussion with a member of our team, if you complete our contact us form, we will call you back at a time that is suitable for you or you can contact us directly on 01908 414990.

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