In light of the above, it appears that a cultural shift in the mindset of employers is required and, possibly like the UK before it, maybe statutory intervention with a subsequent groundswell of judgments from the local courts if DABs are to gain any traction in the region.
This article seeks to provide a general overview of what the DAB process is, how the concept originated, how it works and highlight some of the benefits of the process.
Adjudication: contractual or statutory adjudication (including DAB or Dispute Review Boards ('DRBs')), the parties agree or are obliged to submit their respective claims to a third party who then makes a decision which is temporarily binding.
Under the rules of procurement, DABS has to clear all purchases made for the company's use.
The ministry has handed over the metres to DABS after inspection.
But DABS director Abdul Razaq Samadi denies this was ever done.
TERRY Dalton won the St Mary's club's mini-rover with 13 whiting and a dab for a total of 8lb 10oz from Sandsend Beach.
When that brought no reward he switched to the beach and finished with eight whiting and a dab for 5lb 7oz.
Chris Wood was runner-up with eight whiting and a dab for a weight of 6lb 13oz, also from Hartlepool.
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Fourteen fished, with six weighing in 11 dabs, nine flounder and two plaice.
A DAB hand - that's Andy Burton after a blitz on the species.