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Enforcement of adjudication proceedings: costs must be proportionate

United Kingdom - January 29 2015 Enforcing an adjudicator's decision can be expensive, particularly as the courts have narrowed down the list of reasons for challenging the...

RIBA launches its building contracts

United Kingdom - November 24 2014 On 5 November RIBA launched its concise and domestic building contracts. The intention is that they can be used for small to medium sized projects...

A recent procurement case

United Kingdom - October 20 2014 Willmott Dixon Partnership Ltd v London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham 9 October 2014 is a useful reminder of a number of general principles...

Collateral warranties a refresher

United Kingdom - October 1 2014 Collateral warranties remain an important part of the suite of construction documents. Despite the introduction of the Contracts (Rights of Third...

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It’s still tough overturn an adjudicator’s decision

United Kingdom - August 21 2014 In Bouygues E&S Contracting UK Ltd v Vital Energi Utilities Ltd2014 CSOH 115, the court confirmed that if a party is unhappy with an adjudicator's...