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The government has progressed the Building Safety Bill, legislation which will have significant new compliance requirements for the construction industry.
The Scottish Court of Session recently determined that adjudication was a mandatory first step before bringing any further proceedings in relation to an NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract.
In the recent case of Balfour Beatty Regional Construction Limited (Contractor) v Van Elle Ltd (Sub-contractor)  EWHC 794, the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) held that works carried out by a sub-contractor prior to execution of a sub-contract were nevertheless subject to the terms of the sub-contract.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Triple Point Technology Inc v PTT Public Company  UKSC 29 brings clarity to the interpretation of liquidated damages, where following delays by a contractor, the contract is ended prior to completion.
July’s High Court judgement in the case of Moreira v Moran t/a ACH Joinery and Building Contractors & Ors, provides guidance on what is expected of small business occupiers when supervising construction works undertaken by independent third parties.
Does your Construction Contract have an adequate payment mechanism if there are no final account provisions in it?
When a contractor assigns its sub-contracts to the employer, can it recover losses from its sub-contractors? Our construction lawyers consider a recent case.
Are you affected by the new reverse charge VAT regime for building and construction services? Here’s what you need to know.
Following on from our last eNews, we discuss the implications of the proposed new Building Safety Bill, which will be brought into effect later this year.