Assignment and Contribution Claims

In the case of Energy Works (Hull) Ltd -v- MW High Tech Projects UK Ltd and Outotec (USA) Inc, the Technology and Construction Court (“TCC”) considered the legal effect of an assignment and a contribution claim. Background In November 2015, […]

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Clarity on S&T v Grove Development – True Value Adjudications

In the case of Kew Holdings Limited v Donald Insall Associates Limited, the Technology and Construction Court (the “TCC”) considered the relevance of true value adjudications in circumstances where the outstanding adjudication award has already been enforced by summary judgment. […]

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Challenging the Substantive Merits of an Adjudicator’s Decision on Enforcement

We recently represented the successful claimant in the case of J Tomlinson Limited v Balfour Beatty Group Limited, in which the Technology and Construction Court (the “TCC”) considered the limited exceptions where the enforcement of adjudicators’ decisions can be successfully […]

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Fraud, Duress and Undue Influence – Guidance from the TCC

A recent TCC decision considered the hurdles to overcome in order to prove whether agreements are executed in circumstances of fraud, duress and/or undue influence. In the recent case of Nua Facades Limited; Nua Interiors Limited; Silk Property Developments Limited […]

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Practical Completion – A Matter of Interpretation? – Issues for Sectional Completion

In the recent case of University of Warwick v Balfour Beatty Group Ltd [2018] the TCC held that the proper construction of the definition of Practical Completion did not mean that the entire works had to be complete before a […]

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