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Courts cannot overturn building & construction decisions based on non-jurisdictional errors
Unless an adjudicator has made an error of jurisdiction in their determination, a court has no power to overturn that ruling.
Australia
17 Apr 2018
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Playing with fire: Failure to properly respond to a Payment Claim can leave you burnt!
It is important to respond correctly to a Payment Claim regardless of whether it is considered to be valid.
Australia
14 Nov 2017
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Corporate shield not enough to protect sole director of building company in a building dispute
Corporate shield doesn't provide builders or directors with a complete indemnity, for misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia
9 Aug 2017
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Home building contracts: Variations vs. price adjustments
These terms have distinct meanings in the Home Building Contract, with different obligations for owners and builders.
Australia
30 Jun 2017
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Unfair terms for standard form contracts are now in force
New legislation aims to protect small businesses from unfair terms in business-to-business standard form contracts.
Australia
18 Nov 2016
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Interstate disputes – Are your terms enough to guarantee you a home field advantage?
A Court will have regard to many considerations when determining the most appropriate jurisdiction to hear an action.
Australia
2 Mar 2016
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The Devil is in the Details – two questions you need to consider when entering a contract
If you ignore these basic details, and if things go wrong, you can be one small step away from battling it out in court.
Australia
31 Aug 2015
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I'll see you in Court – four things to consider before litigating
As a business owner or manager, you are probably faced with a number of issues every day that seriously test your resolve.
Australia
29 Mar 2015
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Being right is not always enough - Why taking a commercial approach to litigation from the outset is crucial
A litigator must always ensure that his or her client understands the commercial realities of pursuing their principles.
Australia
18 Jun 2014
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Don’t have a contract? You could still be entitled to claim under quantum meruit…
Where there is no contract, but a party has performed work, he could still be entitled to claim for the work performed.
Australia
18 Oct 2013
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