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Essential but uncomfortable reading.
Wragges highlights the issues you need to consider to ensure you are compliant with the new provisions following the last day of the six-month transition period under the Construction Regulations 2015.
Construction disputes often involve questions concerning contractual interpretation. In the latest article in our Back to Basics series, we highlight some of the key principles in this area.
Sometimes disputes are unavoidable and incapable of being resolved through commercial negotiations. The next step in the process is to consider recourse through formal proceedings.
The High Court considered what is required of a local authority in satisfying the statutory duty on consultation.
Our construction experts review cases involving adjudication enforcement from the last few months.
Common issues that can arise when signing contracts with overseas companies.
How provisional sums are dealt with in the most common forms of construction contract.
Two ways an employer can try to deal with the risk of contractor default. Includes practical tips.
There is often confusion as to what exactly a net contribution clauses is, and its effect in a construction contract. In this article, Wragges sets out the basics and address some of the common misconceptions in this area.
The Supreme Court has given judgment in the first case it has considered arising out of statutory adjudication pursuant to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.
A cautionary word on the pitfalls of local agreements in relation to payment under a construction contract.
Coe or Ovett? Oasis or Blur? Ketchup or brown sauce? All questions that lead to heated debate. And now there’s a new question to add to the list – who should you appoint as your principal designer?
Continuing our back to basics series, Wragges considers some of the practical points to consider if you think a dispute may be looming.
Wragges has prepared this glossary of terms to assist your understanding of some of the more common terminology used in insurance policies that you may come across in the construction industry.
How to interpret a contract in line with business common sense has been considered in a case that highlights the need for consistent contract administration.
In this latest Adjudication Watch, our construction experts review the most important cases involving adjudication enforcement from the last six months.
Regeneration continues to make headlines but delivering such projects and building sustainable communities takes huge investment – and commitment.
If you think that the Housing Grants Act makes payment (or not) clear, keep reading for the latest case...
You may be forgiven for thinking that as of 27 February 2015, the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the Act), has little effect in terms of its payment and adjudication provisions.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s non-contentious engineering and construction experts provide their top 10 tips for executing documents.