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Deprivation of use is not physical loss to the property
This means that physical loss of use is not covered by the Earthquake Commission (EQC) or topped-up by private insurance.
Australia
26 Mar 2015
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Case Study: John Grimes Partnership Limited v Gubbins [2013]: remoteness of damage
A third party in a property development can be held liable for damages due to a fall in market values because of delay.
Australia
28 Sep 2013
3
Unwelcome outcomes for organisations that fail to take into account climate legal risk
The decision in Rainbow Shores is an example of what happens when there is a failure to account for climate legal risk.
Australia
1 Jul 2013
4
Sea level rise impact on coastal development must now be taken into account
Climate change impacts must be considered when deciding development applications for development in the coastal zone.
Australia
21 Jun 2013
5
Canterbury Earthquakes Residential Issues
Fewer aftershocks has given insurers and builders confidence to move ahead with settlement of claims by reinstatement.
Australia
14 Apr 2013
6
Email for the Delivery of Contractual Notices
Given the importance of contractual notices, generally email should not be used for the delivery of contractual notices.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
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Do I Really Need a Dispute Resolution Clause in a Construction Agreement?
A DRC that takes effect without thoughtful drafting could lead to years of protracted, unnecessary legal wrangling.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
8
Defects Liability Period: an Introduction
This paper discusses the main elements of a defects liability clause and considerations for negotiating this clause.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
9
Contracting with Chinese Construction Companies
The international construction market has witnessed the steady growth of Chinese contractors competing for work abroad.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
10
Concurrent Delay in Construction Contracts
The article considers the issue of concurrent delay in construction contracts and various approaches that may be taken.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
11
Boilerplate Clauses for consideration in all Contracts
This paper provides some common examples of boilerplate clauses (standard clauses) to be included in all contracts.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
12
Alternative Contracting Structures for the delivery of a project
The paper is a summary of the key features of some alternative contracting structures, with a diagram of each structure.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
13
Alliancing as the framework for a project
The paper discusses the nature and features of alliancing and when alliancing can be used as a framework for a project.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
14
Ensuring Creditor Protection In Asia Pacific Construction Projects - Part I: The Personal Property Securities Law in Australia
This article looks in particular at the application and impact of the PPSA to construction projects in Australia.
Australia
28 Nov 2012
15
Supply chain infrastructure in the Asia Pacific resources sector: project models and structures
This article will provide an overview of some of the models used in delivering this infrastructure.
Australia
17 Nov 2012
16
Supply Chain Infrastructure In The Resources Sector Part II: Project Models And Structures
This article will provide an overview of some of the models used in delivering this infrastructure.
Australia
17 Nov 2012
17
Committee's report on Queensland's Sustainable Planning Bill tabled
The State Development, Infrastructure and Industry Committee has tabled its Report on the Sustainable Planning Bill.
Australia
7 Nov 2012
18
EPC Contracts In The Australian Renewable Energy Sector – Wind Farms, part 2
Part 2 explains the basic features of an EPC contract, with specific clauses for the Australian renewable energy sector.
Australia
28 Oct 2012
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EPC Contracts In The Australian Renewable Energy Sector – Wind Farms, part 3
Part 3 discusses the contractor's grid access and the need to clearly define the obligations to providing grid access
Australia
28 Oct 2012
20
EPC Contracts In The Australian Renewable Energy Sector – Wind Farms, part 4
Part 4 discusses drafting liquidated damages clauses and other key general clauses in an EPC contract for a wind farm.
Australia
28 Oct 2012
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