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Why Developers Should Be Aware Of The Public Sector Equality Duty When Seeking Planning Permission
On 20 June, the Administrative Court quashed the grant of outline planning permission for the development of part of the Foxhill Estate by the demolition of up to 542 dwellings and the provision of up to 700 dwellings.
UK
13 Jul 2018
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Public Law Case Update - June 2018
Written by Gowling WLG's team of experts, our case update offers a straightforward overview of six recent important cases in public law and regulation.
UK
10 Jul 2018
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How Build-To-Rent Offers Opportunities To Housebuilders
Build-to-rent is an emerging property class that is attracting attention in an uncertain climate as an alternative form of development.
UK
27 Jun 2018
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Adjudication Watch June 2018 - Caselaw Review And Update: What You Need To Know
In this latest 'Adjudication Watch' our construction team provides updates on significant adjudication decisions:
Canada
22 Jun 2018
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The Basics: Best, Reasonable And All Reasonable Endeavours - What Do They Mean?
When negotiating commercial contracts, parties may choose to qualify an obligation by only agreeing to attempt to achieve it - rather than agreeing absolutely to do so.
UK
29 May 2018
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Prompt Payment Sweeping Across Canada
In the last few years the momentum for change has grabbed hold of the construction industry in Canada, and pulled tight on the reins.
Canada
24 May 2018
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Adjudication: Deciding What's Important
The new Construction Act (the "Act") implements a mandatory fast-track dispute resolution process designed to get cash flowing more quickly on the projects and to reduce the cost of large and lengthy disputes.
Canada
24 May 2018
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Supreme Court Rules That A Contractual Term That Requires Modifications To Be In Writing Is Binding
Very often a contract contains a clause which states it may only be amended in writing. Such clauses are known as "No Oral Modification" or NOM clauses.
UK
22 May 2018
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The Basics: Limiting And Excluding Liability For Breach Of Contract
When negotiating contract terms parties will very often seek to include clauses that attempt to limit or exclude damages that may be claimed if a breach of contract occurs.
UK
17 May 2018
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Insolvency In Construction: Looking Ahead And Minimising Risks
In the final part of this series, we look at how you can protect your position and be prepared in the event of an impending insolvency.
UK
16 May 2018
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Limiting The Contractor's Design Liability Under NEC Wording: Does It Leave You Exposed?
In the Scottish decision of SSE Generation Limited v Hochtief Solutions AG [2018], a first instance decision has been overturned in part, holding the Contractor liable under NEC2 ...
UK
15 May 2018
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Final Construction Act Regulations Issued
On April 25, 2018, the Province of Ontario announced that it had made 4 new Regulations to support and implement the amendments to the Construction Act.
Canada
11 May 2018
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Insolvency In Construction: In Contract With An Insolvent Company - What Now?
When one party to a construction contract has become insolvent, there are a number of options open to its counterparty. The best course of action will depend upon the specific circumstances.
UK
2 May 2018
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The Basics: What Should A Dispute Resolution Clause Say?
Parties embarking on a new commercial venture together are often positive about their relationship and focused on making it work to their mutual benefit.
UK
19 Apr 2018
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Insolvency In Construction: What Does This Mean For Your Contract?
In the second of our mini-series on insolvency in construction, we consider what you need to do when you find out that the party you are in contract with has become (or is about to become) insolvent.
UK
18 Apr 2018
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New BIM Protocol Published - What Do You Need To Know?
The 2nd edition of the UK's only standard form Building Information Modelling (BIM) Protocol was published on 10 April 2018 following significant consultation with the construction industry...
UK
13 Apr 2018
17
New Construction Act Takes Effect
On December 12, 2017, Bill 142, Construction Lien Amendment Act, 2017 received Royal Assent and became law, changing the Construction Lien Act to the Construction Act.
Canada
6 Apr 2018
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Insolvency In Construction: What Is Insolvency?
Insolvency is high on the agenda in the construction industry.
UK
26 Mar 2018
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Planning Consent: Implied Terms And Risk In A JCT Contract
On 16 March 2018, the CA handed down a decision in the case of Jean-Francois Clin v Walter Lilly & Co Ltd (2018) confirming that a term should be implied into a JCT form of contract providing for an obligation by...
UK
21 Mar 2018
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Smash And Grab Is No Longer The Last Word In Adjudication
Coulson J leaves his legacy in the Technology & Construction Court (TCC) with his last judgment before his elevation to the Court of Appeal.
UK
28 Feb 2018
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