Posts tagged with: Urban Project Services

The construction industry commonly uses Letters of Intent to enable projects to commence whilst the final construction contract is being agreed. Whilst this approach does have the benefit of enabling parties to commence work prior to execution of the final...
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It is now common to see within JCT Contracts Employer amendments proposing a new clause stating that the Contractor is not entitled to an extension of time where there is concurrent delay. Concurrent delay can be defined as ‘a period...
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Smart Contracts are self executing documents. They operate in the same way as a vending machine – you insert money, click on item you want and if you have inserted enough money the item is released. These contracts are encoded...
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In this eagerly awaited case Grove Developments Ltd employed S&T (UK) Ltd under an amended JCT Design and Build Contract 2011 to design and build a new hotel at Heathrow Airport. On April 18th 2017 Grove issued to S&T a...
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One of the first cases involving Smash & Grab adjudications after the judgement given in S&T...
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Contracting parties often face tight deadlines to commence work which can mean that Contracts are left unexecuted when work commences, in this instance when is a Contact formed....
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The case of University of Warwick v Balfour Beatty Group Ltd [2018] EWHC 3230 (TCC) offers insight as to how the courts may interpret Practical Completion....
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