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Common misconceptions in Construction Law

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Construction law is diverse and in some respects archaic. No two construction projects are the same and this can mean that even familiar, simple principles can arise in novel and diverse ways. Andrew Cullyer , Litigation Executive specialising...

Applications for payment, Payment Notices and Pay Less Notices in construction projects

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There are many reasons why disputes may arise in construction projects , with one of the most common being over payments. The Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended) provides for regular interim payments for construction...

What is Adjudication in dispute resolution?

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When a dispute arises between parties, there are several methods of resolution available, including arbitration, mediation, negotiation and litigation. Another option is adjudication, in which a third party will review the case put by either side and...

Why do disputes arise in relation to construction contracts and what should you do if they do?

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Construction disputes have a long history; there are records of people complaining about their builders from ancient Sumerian times! Construction projects that lead to disputes will have a significant financial and potentially reputational impact for...

What is a Construction Contract?

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When embarking on any sort of building project, it is vital that the terms and conditions of the arrangement are set out in writing and understood by all parties concerned. Having knowledge of the clauses within the contract and the subsequent issues...