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Renee Kok and Peter Long discuss the principal areas of change in
the long awaited TT guidance
In July the Treasury Taskforce published...
Victoria Peckett reviews some recent cases
Moores v Yakeley concerned the application
of UCTA to the RIBA standard form of appointment for architects
Kate Tye and Clare Collier report
It is now almost six months since the Civil
Procedure Rules (“the CPR”) came into force, on 26
Marc Hanson examines the logic behind, and the limitations of,
latent defects insurance
Construction disputes relating to latent defects
A commentary by Paul J. Cowan
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill has
the potential to revolutionise the scope of third parties’
Andrew Rawstron looks at a number of important recent judgments
It is now some 18 months since Part II of the
Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration...
Kim Howells, the Competition and Consumer Affairs Minister,
announced on the 27 October that he had accepted undertakings from
the Hilton Group plc (formerly...
Background The European Commission has authorised the acquisition
by the Spanish public postal operator Correos y Telégrafos
(Correos) of a 50% stake...
The new European Commissioner responsible for employment, social
affairs and European Social Fund, Anna Diamantopoulou, has produced
a Community initiative,...
As a part of its monopoly inquiry under the Fair Trading Act 1973
into the supply of new cars, the Competition Commission is seeking
comments on the...
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