It is common for employers to include clauses in building contracts to the effect that the contractor is not entitled to an extension of time where there is concurrent delay. Until recently, it was not known whether such clauses are … read more
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March 31, 2014| Liquidated Damages
It is common practice in construction contracts to include a provision that enables the employer to deduct liquidated damages from the contractor in the event of certain specified breaches, the most common of which is failure to complete the works … read more
There have been many important and interesting developments in construction law recently. It is essential for everyone who works in the construction industry to maintain a working knowledge of the latest legal changes so that they remain up to date … read more
Does a Project Manager owe a duty to ensure the building contract is executed? Can you deduct LADs if the building contract has not been signed? Can you limit your liability to much less than the amount you are insured … read more
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