Month: June 2013

How the Law Intervenes in Contracts

As Ken Adams says in his blog on the Nexus Between Contracts and the Law, contracts cannot exist without the courts to interpret, intervene and implement their terms, including by: Deciding whether individual terms in the contract are fair; Deciding whether your contract meets the formalities required; Deciding whether your

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10 Lessons from NEC3

In 2013 the University of Salford hosted an event (organised by the Constructing Excellence Manchester Best Practice Club) at which over 100 people heards about the Pitfalls of NEC3. What struck me was that many of the knotty problems associated with NEC3 apply to any form contract. What you should

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