Australia: Construction Arbitration in Australia
Last Updated: 14 December 2015

Corrs Chambers Westgarth has contributed to the Australian chapter on Construction Arbitration in the Global Arbitration Review (GAR Know-How). In their chapter, our experts answer commonly-asked questions to help readers understand the legal framework for construction arbitration in Australia. This includes questions relating to:

  • Australia's legal system
  • Contract formation
  • Disruption and delays
  • Clauses that seek to transfer risk
  • Good faith
  • Time bars
  • Suspension and termination
  • Completion
  • Liquidated damages
  • Exclusions of liability
  • Contractors and third parties
  • Courts and arbitration tribunals

For further information on how Corrs Chambers Westgarth can assist you in a construction arbitration matter, please contact Andrew Stephenson, Partner, Lee Carroll, Special Counsel and Jey Nandacumaran, Senior Associate.

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