Those who practise in the TCC deal with technical cases, for example cases involving all aspects of the built environment, including technical defects claims and claims for money and extensions of time. We also deal with negligence and nuisance cases.
TeCSA helps shape Court practice and legislation relating to dispute resolution. It also promotes best practice in all forms of disputes resolution.
TeCSA’s Committee is chaired by William Gard. It is responsible for delivering TeCSA’s initiatives, overseeing the adjudicator nomination process, training and arranging social activities.
(i) New research into the use and perceptions of the PRE-ACTION PROTOCOL (PAP) - Final Report available HERE!
(ii) See TeCSA's amended eligibility criteria for membership HERE - join now!
(iii) Electronic filing in the TCC - see http://ce-file.uk/ for more information.
(iv) The TeCSA e-disclosure Protocol - Version 0.2