CCA Annual report 2021–2022
The Construction Contracts Act 2004 (the Act) commenced operation on 1 January 2005.
The Act provides a means for the rapid adjudication of payment disputes for parties to a contract for the carrying out of construction work and/or the supply of related goods and services (a construction contract) on a site in Western Australia.
Rapid adjudication is a dispute resolution process to help resolve disagreements between parties over payments for construction work and/or the supply of related goods and services. It is designed to be quick and reasonably cost effective.