Monthly Archives: October 2013

‘If-paid’ and ‘when-paid’ not finding favour with courts

 

If you are in the construction industry, you will have heard of the “pay-when-paid” clause and its evil twin, the “pay if paid” clause. Though widely used, these clauses remain controversial and are often confused.

While both of these …

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Disclosure in multi-party litigation

Construction disputes often give rise to lengthy litigation, involving many defendants with varying interests. Some defendants may wish to defend the action in court, while others may want to negotiate a settlement.

In order to facilitate the partial settlement of …

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