What are conditions precedent meant to require from a contractor in a claim for extra time or money?
Ted Lowery considers an unsuccessful call on a personal guarantee
When rectifying contracts to fix drafting mistakes, what happens if the parties disagree on what was meant?
Overshadowing of solar panels has been ruled to be a material consideration in planning
Reverse-charge VAT is an awful idea – subcontractors depend on the taxation time-line delay to ease their cash flow
The first court decision to apply the NEC time bar for non-Construction Act disputes is revealing
Liability exclusion or force majeure clauses don’t always work as intended, so draft your contract carefully, says Stephanie Canham
Robert Akenhead explains how a literal interpretation of wording sent a contractor’s argument off the rails in a case on disallowed costs
A cautionary tale for companies with subsidiaries operating overseas
Hot on the heels of TeCSA’s low-cost mediation service, the CIC has included a fixed-fee option in its new model agreement