In Site — Winter 2012/2013
Engineering and construction newsletter, covering: Building Information Modelling; the new 2012 suite of RIBA appointments; a recent case which shows that payments made under a side agreement may not discharge a surety’s obligations under a performance bond; the question of what it means for a professional to act “prudently”; a summary of the key changes to the EPC Regulations which came into effect in January 2013; and the risks of using a mixture of “performance bond” and “guarantee” language in terms of assessing what type of security instrument is actually being entered into.
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