NEC3 — the form of choice?
By Ron Plascow
We have been running a series of seminars comparing various engineering contracts: NEC3, MF/1, IChemE and FIDIC.
On NEC3, we concentrated on recent court decisions.
Most of the NEC3 decisions that come to the court’s attention have been as a result of adjudications with the court commenting on appeals from adjudicators’ decisions. What can be gleaned from these decisions? …
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