Abe Dabdoub, the attorney representing Richard Azan, Member of Parliament for North West Clarendon and former Junior Minister in the Ministry of Transport and Works, has revealed that the ContractorGeneral’s report on the Spalding Market issue will be challenged in court. Mr. Dabdoub said he intends to take the matter to court, claiming that the Contractor-General acted outside of the scope of his powers. The Contractor-General's report criticized the actions of Mr. Azan, pointing out procedural and procurement breaches in his handling of the construction and rental of shops at the market. However, Mr. Dabdoub said that based on the Contractor General Act, the Contractor-General was excluded from inquiring into certain aspects of the Spalding Market issue. Mr. Dabdoub added that the challenge is also necessary for the sake of clarity for other Members of Parliament. He did not give the date when the challenge will be made.