Julian Bailey

White & Case LLP

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Q3 | 2018

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Constructive acceleration successfully claimed

Australia, USA - February 7 2022 Outside of the United States, claims for constructive acceleration usually fail. However, in a recent Australian case such a claim succeeded. Does…

Caitlin Lloyd

Construction performance bonds: "extend or pay"

Singapore - January 27 2022 "Extend or pay" provisions are sometimes used in construction performance bonds and bank guarantees as a way of ensuring that performance security is…

Ravinder Bhavra

Invalid payment claims and notices under construction contracts

United Kingdom - January 6 2022 A key part of the interim payment process in construction projects is the issuing of payment notices by payee and payer alike. Two recent UK cases…

Primrose Tay

Construction contracts: extensions of time and apportionment of delay

Singapore - December 2 2021 If an extension of time (EOT) clause permits the apportionment of delay, what should be taken into account when apportioning delay? Comments in a…

Callum Johnson

Extensions of time in construction projects: prospective or retrospective delay analysis?

Australia - October 27 2021 The method of delay analysis used for an EOT claim may be significant, because different results may ensue. For example, if varied work is instructed…

Emma Knight, Therese Marie Rodgers