Can the court rules be used to defeat enforcement of an adjudication decision?
Following our advice on preparing for an adjudication we share tips on how to handle yourself once an adjudication notice lands.
Where the parties have a continuing relationship, beware the possible loss of your rights in a second dispute.
Contracts for operations on a site where the primary activity is power generation are not covered by the Construction Act – but what does “primary” mean?
Many commercial agreements now include clauses requiring structured negotiation and then mediation as a precursor to involving the Courts – but are these clauses enforceable? Can you be made to negotiate?
Everyone wants construction projects to go as smoothly as possible. But things don’t always go to plan and that can lead to debate, fall-outs, disputes and adjudication.
Fraud is a hard allegation to prove, but can be a devastatingly successful legal argument.
People often use technical legal terms, but don’t always understand their effect.
Every year, confusion caused by inappropriate letters of intent drags people into court, with surprising consequences.
The inspector deliberately certified as safe a building with serious fire risks – what happened next?