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Arrestment is not available against contracts
where an adjudicator's decision has been made in favour of
defender. Arrestment is available against other...
Caroline Cummins previews a new Bill
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill has
recently been sent to Committee after having been debated in the
Allison Smith reviews the recent British Library case
On 30th July 1998 His Honour Judge Bowsher QC gave
his decision in the latest round of litigation...
Peter Long looks at underlying legal relationships in Partnering
Partnering is essentially a management approach.
Victoria Peckett looks at recent authority on repudiation
The issue of repudiation and termination of
contracts is a recurring theme
in the construction...
Stephen Tester comments
CAR policies that follow the London Market model
commonly contain exclusions
in respect of damage resulting from deficiencies...
Ann Minogue writes on the importance of selecting the best form of
for the job.
The industry is obsessed with procurement
Liam O'Hanlon considers the implications of the Human Rights Act
The Human Rights Act 1998 will come into force probably in mid
2000. One reason...
Clare Collier and Kate Tye examine the Woolf reforms
'Change is long overdue'. So said the Lord
Chancellor, Lord Irvine, introducing the government's...
by Felicity Llewelyn Jones
Mistake at Law
The recent House of Lords case Kleinwort Benson Limited v Lincoln
City Council (1998) has finally put...
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