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Legal Developments In Construction Law: July 2019
No contract? But a quantum meruit will at least give a right to payment?
UK
30 Jul 2019
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Legal Developments In Construction Law: June 2019
A key ingredient of economic duress is illegitimate pressure but can a threat to do something lawful amount to economic duress?
UK
18 Jul 2019
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Legal Developments In Construction Law - May 2019
What if one party owns a defective new building but a different party originally contracted for its construction?
UK
16 Jul 2019
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Legal Developments In Construction Law - January 2019
Clauses in a subcontract for trench excavation for an underground district heat network contained a broad allocation of risk to the subcontractor.
European Union
4 Feb 2019
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Legal Developments In Construction Law Update – December 2018
Under the JCT 2011 Design and Build contract three notices have to be given, in order, before liquidated damages can be recovered by the employer.
UK
17 Jan 2019
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Legal Developments In Construction Law - November 2018
Pre-contract representations can be troublesome. And if a contract does not happen immediately, they can also have staying power.
UK
3 Dec 2018
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Legal Developments In Construction Law - October 2018
Two home owners brought claims in private nuisance against Network Rail on the basis that Japanese knotweed on Network Rail's land had caused damage to their properties.
UK
2 Nov 2018
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Legal Developments In Construction Law - September 2018
A bank was asked to provide a credit reference in respect of a customer.
UK
28 Sep 2018
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Legal Developments In Construction Law
Does a NOM clause mean what it says? A "No Oral Modification Clause" says that an agreement can only be amended in writing signed on behalf of the parties.
UK
2 Jul 2018
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The Regulations, Permits And Considerations - 8 May 2017
Poland has weathered the global financial crisis better than most of its European neighbors, but how easy is it doing business there?
Poland
10 May 2017
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The Regulations, Permits And Considerations
Spanning Asia and Europe and bordered by eight countries, Turkey is located in a strategically important location and has a diverse cultural heritage.
Turkey
26 Apr 2017
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Construction & Engineering London Legal Update – Summer 2014
I am delighted to enclose the September 2014 issue (no. 66) of the Construction & Engineering Legal Update.
Worldwide
24 Sep 2014
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Real Estate Update: Spring 2014
At the Autumn Statement delivered in December last year, it was confirmed that, with effect from 1 April 2014, UK real estate investment trusts and their foreign equivalents will be able to invest in another UK REIT without prejudicing that REIT’s qualifying status.
UK
7 May 2014
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Investing In Angola – Between Extremes
Angola is a land of extremes. While many Angolans live in deepest poverty, the Angolan economy is the third largest in Sub-Saharan Africa, with annual GDP growth regularly topping 10% over recent years.
Angola
6 Mar 2013
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Nigeria – Too Big Too Ignore?
With a population of 160 million, an expanding middle class, an active and increasingly sophisticated banking sector and consistent GDP growth of more than 6%, the Nigerian economy is expected to replace South Africa as Africa’s largest economy by the end of the decade.
Nigeria
6 Mar 2013
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Ghana – A Very Modern Legal Outlook
The force is with Ghana. The positive trends seen in much of Africa over the past decade have been particularly evident in Ghana.
Ghana
5 Mar 2013
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2012 – A Year Of Sport, Mauritius And Arbitration
So another year sprints over the finishing line and we wonder, as usual, just where it went.
Mauritius
5 Mar 2013
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Tanzania – Birth Of A Gas Giant?
While a stable government, substantial mineral resources, tourism and agriculture have all played a part in making Tanzania one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, with current annual GDP growth in the region of 7%, it is the energy sector that is expected to grab the headlines.
Tanzania
5 Mar 2013
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OFT fines 103 construction companies record £129.5 million for bid-rigging
On 22 September 2009, the Office of Fair Trading ("OFT") issued a decision finding that 103 construction firms had infringed competition law by engaging in bid-rigging in England in the period from 2000 to 2006.
UK
23 Sep 2009
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