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In Counsel Update - Winter 2017
In this update we will outline the most recent legal developments affecting your business, in particular, the Government's Green Paper on Corporate Governance Reform...
UK
17 Feb 2017
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The Implied Duty Of Good Faith In Commercial Contracts And Its Impact On Deferred Consideration Clauses In Corporate Sale And Purchase Agreements
Jurisdictions around the world (including in the United States, France, Germany and Holland) generally recognise, to some extent, the principle that contracting parties...
UK
15 Feb 2017
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What Does A Duty To Act In Good Faith Mean?
In England there is no overriding law or principal of law that we must act in good faith to one another.
UK
5 Jan 2017
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What Happens To Interim Payments When Projects Overrun?
This case considered the effect of a contract which included an agreed schedule of payment dates. The project overran by more than a year but the schedule ended at the original contractual completion date.
UK
20 Dec 2016
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Battle Of The Forms And Exclusion Clauses – Be Reasonable!
This case highlighted the importance of clarity in agreeing the terms upon which subcontracts are made and demonstrated how an exclusion clause can fall foul of the UCTA...
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Concurrent Delay – Further Developments In The Saga
A recent case has brought concurrent delay, an area of law that continues to spark debate, back into focus. Broadly speaking, concurrent delay occurs where there is delay on a project...
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Put It In Writing And Sign It!
RMP Construction Services Ltd was a ground works sub-contractor which carried out works for Chalcroft ("the Main Contractor") relating to the construction of a Shell petrol station.
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Paying Parties: Don't Put Off Payment Forever By Repeatedly Requesting Further Information
AMD, an M&E works subcontractor, was engaged by Cumberland for works at Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, London. AMD sought payment of a final account.
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Beware "Hybrid" Contracts That Only Partly Cover "Construction Operations"
Duro engaged Severfield under a contract to carry out the design, supply and erection of steel structures on a site in Manchester. Some of the work comprised "construction operations"...
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Fluctuations Provisions: Get It Right Or Risk Adjudicators Getting It Wrong
This adjudication enforcement case illustrates the importance of clarity and ease-of-use when using inflation clauses in your contract.
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Problems With Partitioning When Exercising A Break Clause
Break clauses are one of the most frequent causes of disputes between landlords and tenants.
UK
28 Oct 2016
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Dear Beatrice - Sep 28, 2016
In order to decide whether or not the alterations outlined above need to be removed to exercise the break, the first question to address is whether or not they are chattels.
UK
3 Oct 2016
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A Landlord's Right To Build Versus A Tenant's Right To Quiet Enjoyment
Commercial leases usually contain an express covenant by the landlord to give the tenant quiet enjoyment of the demised premises...
UK
3 Oct 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions - JCT Design And Build Contract 2016
JCT's stated aim was that the 2016 edition amendments do not materially affect risk allocation.
UK
23 Sep 2016
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Breach Of Warranty Is Not Misrepresentation
In the recent case of Idemitsu Kosan Co Ltd v Sumitomo Co Corp, the buyer in a share purchase agreement alleged that some of the warranties given by the seller were untrue as at the date of completion.
UK
17 Aug 2016
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Brexit - Impact On Company And Commercial Law
To be very clear, whilst at this stage the Brexit referendum vote had had a seismic political impact, its contractual effect remains very limited.
UK
22 Jul 2016
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Measuring Up: What Do The New IPMS Standards Mean For The Measurement Of Buildings?
The measurement of a building is central to its valuation and for multi-let buildings the rent and service charge calculations.
UK
12 Jul 2016
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"Subject To Contract" - Is It Necessary?
Many of our clients ask whether or not they should include the phrase "Subject to Contract" on emails, letters or other documents. When and why should you do this, and will it ever help?
UK
29 Apr 2016
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Payments Under Building Contracts: It Pays To Be On Time! - Feb 11, 2016
It is fair to say that the payment regime under the Construction Act (the "Act") is complicated.
UK
16 Feb 2016
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Endeavours Clauses: How Best To Deal With Uncertainty In Contracts?
Sometimes it is not certain whether an objective in a contract can be achieved, for example obtaining planning permission or entering into a contract with a third party.
UK
16 Feb 2016
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