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New FIDIC Model Representative Agreement

Global - February 12 2014 For a number of years, the International Federation of Consulting Engineers ("FIDIC") has produced standard forms for international construction and…

Co-authors: Joanna Addison, Neil Brimson , Mark Grasso.


Amendments to the insolvency regime in the Qatar Financial Centre

Qatar - February 5 2014 Important revisions to the insolvency legislation in the Qatar Financial Centre ("QFC") came into effect on 22 December 2013. The QFC is a virtual…

Co-authors: Stuart Paterson, Joanna Addison, Neil Brimson , Mark Grasso.


Adjudication and human rights, the law in England, United Kingdom

United Kingdom - April 15 2013 The European Convention on Human Rights was enacted into U.K. Law by the Human Rights Act 1998. The Act appends a Protocol setting out a schedule of…

Co-authors: Tony Dymond, Nicholas Downing, Miranda Ramphul, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


Net contribution clauses: how are liabilities apportioned? This recent case may shed some light, the law in England, United Kingdom

United Kingdom - January 10 2013 A Net Contribution clause is a provision that seeks to apportion liability between members of the construction team who have caused a third party (for…

Co-authors: Tony Dymond, Nicholas Downing, Miranda Ramphul, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


Does the statutory implied fitness for purpose warranty still apply to design and build contracts?

United Kingdom - December 10 2012 Under the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 and the Sale of Goods Act 1979, an implied warranty as to satisfactory quality and fitness for purpose applies to contracts for the supply of goods.

Co-authors: Tony Dymond, Nick Downing, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.

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