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Adjudication Decisions are Binding, Right or WrongJanuary 24, 2014

In the context of a bitter building dispute that was characterised by confusion over the identity of one of the contracting parties, the High Court has...

Failure to Act Promptly Foils ClaimDecember 23, 2013

One of the reasons we recommend taking advice as soon as you are aware that a problem has arisen is that time limits apply (as...

Alterations Invalidate SuretyDecember 11, 2013

When a landlord gave a tenant a licence to make substantial alterations, little did it think that it was undermining its future financial position. The reason...

Short Clause Leads to Long TrialNovember 28, 2013

When a Spanish company entered into a lending agreement with another company, the ultimate purpose of which was to facilitate a property development in the...

Clear Intention Overrides Non-ComplianceNovember 21, 2013

When a tenant wished to break its 25-year lease at an appropriate break point, it served a notice on the landlord and probably considered that...

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