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Amendments to the NSW security of payment regime: what you need to know
These NSW security of payments reforms will apply to construction contracts entered into on and from 21 October 2019.
Australia
24 Aug 2019
2
Developers beware: amber light approach rejected for NSW planning appeals
There is no requirement to alert applicants seeking development consent to issues with their development applications.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
3
Corrs High Vis: Episode 37 – Cladding Safety Victoria (CSV): the Victorian Government $600m defective cladding solution
The latest Corrs High Vis podcast discusses CSV, the Victorian Government's A$600m solution for defective cladding.
Australia
25 Jul 2019
4
De-cladding Victoria: Andrews Government announces new agency to address the combustible cladding crisis
CSV will address the cladding crisis that has swept the Victorian construction industry for at least the past five years.
Australia
25 Jul 2019
5
Executive liability in the infrastructure industry: what you need to know
These cases made compelling arguments for the personal liability of executives for offences committed by corporations.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
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Recent WA Supreme Court decision highlights the consequences of poorly-pleaded global claims for damages
This case is important for those drafting statements of claim containing a global claim or modified total costs claim.
Australia
15 Jun 2019
7
Demolition clauses in retail shop leases: when is there a genuine proposal to demolish?
Landlords must indicate a 'genuine proposal' to demolish, before a termination notice to permit demolition is issued.
Australia
24 May 2019
8
Lessons from Rocky Hill: why proponents of major projects need to consider the link between climate change and human rights
By refusing development consent, the Court drew attention to the increasing importance of human rights considerations.
Australia
24 May 2019
9
Corrs High Vis: Episode 35 – Cladding after the Lacrosse decision – clarity or crisis?
This Corrs High Vis podcast discusses the Lacrosse Tower fire decision with implications for the construction sector.
Australia
24 May 2019
10
Corrs Projects Update
The Corrs Projects Update is a review of judicial and legislative developments affecting construction and infrastructure.
Australia
24 May 2019
11
How to choose the best contractual strategy for the construction of major projects
The risk-reward equation between the principal players associated with construction projects is extremely important.
Australia
21 May 2019
12
From bricks and mortar to bricks and clicks: six key PropTech considerations
Originally the domain of technology start-ups, PropTech is now a serious player in property and construction markets.
Australia
20 May 2019
13
Blockchain in construction – its all about data, trust and productivity
Blockchain technology in the construction industry. What is it? How can it help? What are the problems with it?
Australia
8 May 2019
14
Development and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage obligations – two recent Queensland cases offer guidance
These cases confirm the importance of respectfully engaging with Aboriginal Cultural Heritage issues before works start.
Australia
17 Apr 2019
15
Our policy says otherwise: how should local councils categorise land for the purpose of rates?
Council must consider a landowner's objections, and should not dismiss them simply due to the contents of a policy.
Australia
15 Apr 2019
16
Corrs High Vis: Episode 33 – Can a builder in liquidation take advantage of the Security of Payment regime?
This Corrs building and construction industry podcast discusses two cases with different approaches taken by the courts.
Australia
8 Apr 2019
17
Lessons from Lacrosse: liability of construction professionals
Developers, owners, builders and consultants in the construction industry face increased scrutiny and increased risk.
Australia
1 Apr 2019
18
The without prejudice privilege – a recent cautionary tale
The ‘without prejudice' privilege must always be based on the purpose and content of any particular communication.
Australia
25 Mar 2019
19
Cracking the code: Queensland Court of Appeal provides clarity for code assessable development under Planning Act
This decision clarifies the assessment rules under Queensland's planning legislation for 'code assessable' development.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
20
Where to from Opal and Lacrosse? Towards a better assurance system in NSW construction industry
A new structure must ensure that only qualified and certified professionals conduct design-related and certifier duties.
Australia
15 Mar 2019
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