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Construction Law Update– Clarification Of The Duty To Speak In Adjudication Proceedings In Singapore
In Far East Square Pte Ltd v Yau Lee Construction (Singapore) Pte Ltd [2019] SGCA 36 ("Far East v Yau Lee"), the Singapore Court of Appeal ("CA") clarified its earlier decision of Audi Construction Pte Ltd v Kian Hiap...
Singapore
9 Aug 2019
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Adjudication In The New Construction Act In Ontario, Canada
With the coming into force of amendments to the Construction Act in Ontario pertaining to the prompt payment and adjudication process, we are working with our clients and other experts to ensure that everyone is ready on October 1st.
Canada
7 Aug 2019
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Liquidated Damages In The Tanzanian Construction Industry
As the construction industry continues to develop in Tanzania, the use of international standard contracts has increased. In particular, we have seen the FIDIC
Tanzania
8 Jul 2019
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Propriétaires De Grands Projets : Tous Les Coups Ne Sont Pas Permis
Les services de Construction Polaris avaient été retenus par Hydro-Québec afin de construire le tronçon d'une route d'accès au chantier hydroélectrique de la Romaine.
Canada
4 Jul 2019
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Improving Cash Flow In The Abu Dhabi Construction Industry
In a new circular issued by the Executive Council on 26 March 2019, the Abu Dhabi government has demonstrated its recognition and understanding of the payment issues that construction
United Arab Emirates
2 May 2019
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Shakeup Of The Building Industry Expected After Independent Opal Tower Report Released
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has recently released an independent report it obtained regarding the widely publicised concerns regarding the Opal Tower located in Sydney Olympic Park.
UK
26 Mar 2019
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Lighting The Fire For Tougher Sanctions? Hackitt Recommendations For Building Safety Considered
The Hackitt review has shown that in too many cases people who should be accountable for fire safety have failed in their duties.
UK
8 Mar 2019
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Registration Requirements For Firms Operating In The Tanzanian Construction Industry
There are various professional boards which govern the membership of professional firms in the Tanzanian construction industry
Tanzania
7 Feb 2019
9
Quia Timet Injunctions
Vastint Leeds BV v Persons Unknown [2018] EWHC 2456 (Ch)
UK
25 Jan 2019
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Projects & Construction Law Update - Janary 2019
All too often, construction works are commenced without the parties having finalised the terms of their engagement.
UK
14 Jan 2019
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Rebuilding From California Wildfires Will Lead To Increase In Construction-Defect Claims
Insurers should prepare for high volume and high cost over the next decade.
United States
3 Jan 2019
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Free Advice – But Can You Prove Breach Of Duty?
The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has dismissed a well-publicised claim for professional negligence brought against an architect, Mrs Lejonvarn, who agreed to supervise a garden-landscaping project for free for her friends.
UK
13 Dec 2018
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World Town Planning Day And Budget 2018
Today is World Town Planning Day, which highlights the importance of town planning in creating sustainable communities and places
UK
13 Nov 2018
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Grove v S&T - The Fate Of Smash And Grab Adjudications Is Decided
In the much discussed judgment of Grove Developments Limited v S&T Limited EWHC 123, Coulson J held that an employer is free to commence a second adjudication to dispute the true valuation of an interim payment application.
UK
13 Nov 2018
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Incoming Combustible Cladding Obligations For NSW Building Owners
Building on the momentum from the recently imposed ban in NSW on the use of certain aluminium composite panels under the Building Products (Safety) Act 2017 (NSW) on 15 August 2018.
UK
6 Nov 2018
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Around The Grounds: The Current Status Of Combustible Cladding In Australia - Owner Pays?
The approach to combustible cladding on existing buildings in Australia is not uniform with each state providing a different response to the risk posed by combustible cladding on public and private
Australia
6 Nov 2018
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Construction Professionals And Fitness For Purpose Cover: Key Implications For Insurers
While the current insurance climate suggests a hardening market, in previous years lower premiums and broader coverage have seen insurance
Australia
6 Nov 2018
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Claims, Wrongful Acts And ‘In The Course Of' Business: Clarity On Key Terms From The Aquagenics Case
The appeal by underwriters in Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's Subscribing to Contract Number NCP 106108663 v Aquagenics Pty Limited (in liquidation)[1] against the decision that they were liable...
UK
5 Nov 2018
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The New Models For Energy Transition In Africa: A Legal Review Of Mini-Grid Systems In DRC
On 28 September 2018 the ministry in charge of energy in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) published an expression of interest relating to 3 mini-grid projects based on hybrid solar PV technology
France
12 Oct 2018
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Can A Landlord Deny Consent To Tenant's Application For Consent To Apply For Planning Permission?
In Rotrust Nominees Limited v Hautford Limited [2018] EWCA Civ 765 a landlord had unreasonably withheld consent to a tenant's application for consent to apply for planning permission for increased residential use.
UK
3 Oct 2018
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