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Victoria Peckett reviews the latest decision of the House of Lords
in the line of authorities concerning negligent over-valuation
The question of surveyors’...
Trevor Butcher comments on the Treasury Taskforce Guidance for
Standardisation of PFI Contracts
The final version of the Treasury Taskforce
Henry Sherman relates some recent experiences
With the accelerating pace of change in Central and
Eastern Europe major construction disputes are inevitably...
by Felicity Llewelyn Jones
Project Manager’s duty to ensure that
insurance arrangements are in place
Mr Justice Dyson considered the implications of
Peter Maguire looks at the changing face of litigation funding
“Contingency fee” is the generic term
used to describe fee arrangements between solicitors...
"The delays in the Czech Court system and the lack of experienced
judges constitute a major challenge for the country's integration
in to the European...
6 October, 1998
This matter is a good example for a case in which it may have been
beneficial for the parties to agree to an application...
Davies Middleton & Davies v Toyo Engineering Corporation (CA),  85 BLR 58
The case again confirms the strict approach taken by the courts...
Adjudication is a "quasi legal proceeding" under
the Insolvency Act 1986.
HHJ Behrens QC, Chancery Division, Leeds
7 April 1999
The court will abridge time for summary judgment
under Part 24 CPR, provided the defendant is not
HHJ Humphrey LLoyd QC, Technology &
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