Webinar Recording:
Adjudication Under Ontario’s Construction Act
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Adjudication and prompt payment provisions of the Construction Act came into force on October 1, 2019. ODACC is responsible for administering adjudications and for training and certifying adjudicators. Join ODACC staff as they discuss the adjudication process. Commentary will cover the following issues and topics:

– What is adjudication?
– How much does adjudication cost?
– How to commence an adjudication.
– How to select an adjudicator.
– What are the benefits of adjudication?
– How to become an adjudicator.

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About Us

Ontario Dispute Adjudication for Construction Contracts (“ODACC”) is the Authorized Nominating Authority (“ANA”) under the Construction Act. As the ANA, ODACC is responsible for administering construction-related adjudications and for training and qualifying Adjudicators.  ODACC derives its powers from the Construction Act and Ontario Regulation 306/18, accessible at the following links:

Construction Act, R.S.O. 1990 c. C.30: https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/90c30#BK43

Ontario Regulation 306/18https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/180306#BK21

What is Adjudication?

For an explanation of what an adjudication is and the adjudication timelines, please refer to the following link: Adjudication Process. 

Adjudicator Registry

Visit the Adjudicator Registry to find a certified Adjudicator.

Becoming an Adjudicator

Only Adjudicators listed in the Adjudicator Registry are permitted to conduct adjudications and make Determinations under the Construction Act. Information on how to become an Adjudicator is available on the certification page of our website.

Commencing an Adjudication

The adjudication process commences when the Claimant provides the Respondent with a Notice of Adjudication (and sends ODACC an electronic copy). For further information on how to commence an adjudication, please refer to Commencing an Adjudication.

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