Under what circumstances may the enforcement of an adjudicator’s judgement be stayed?

If the adjudicator has acted without jurisdiction or the adjudication has been conducted in breach of the rules of natural justice. A judgement may also be stayed if the paying party can demonstrate that the other party would be unable to repay if required to do so as a result of a final resolution of the dispute in later proceedings; and that position has not been caused by the failure of the defendant to make payment as required; and the claimant’s financial position has deteriorated substantially from when the contract was first entered into.