SoCLA reports on Security of Payment in the Australian construction industry
Phillip Greenham, chairman of the Society of Construction Law Australia (SoCLA) and partner in Minter Ellison’s construction division, said the current lack of national uniformity in the Security of Payment system that adjudicates construction sector disputes results in a range of unnecessary costs that outweigh any commensurate benefits of the system.
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