Letters of credit and paying banks A recent judgment* has confirmed that a paying bank must pay a... Read More
When negotiating a deal, parties often mark correspondence as ‘without prejudice‘, in... Read More
In a recent case*, the court had to consider the interpretation of contract documents where there... Read More
The standard JCT forms of contract include provisions relating to defects which come to light... Read More
Ask any construction solicitor ‘what is valued’ and the answer is simple: records,... Read More
What do you do when you need to rely upon a consultant’s report, there is no formal... Read More
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