Magazine of the Chartered Institute of Building
Can you stop and restart an adjudication?
Dysfunctional contracts don’t speak our language
Lessons from Fosters’ Heathrow hotel debacle
For clarity’s sake, keep contracts simple
Rising to the third-party procurement challenge
Preparing for Brexit - what you need to be doing
Has your subcontract got your back?
Don’t let oral contracts leave a bad taste
NEC4 and managing the programme
Clearing the air over the use of moratoriums
NEC3/4 weather events and the 1-in-10-year average
NEC4: Principles don’t translate into practice
When the courts hand out ‘rough and ready’ justice
Responding to adjudication – are you ready?
BIM and the law – who should be the gatekeeper?
Construction contracts: hunting for a superhero
Taylor Review of modern working practices analysis
Fit for the future or pandering to the past?
Payment notices: don’t wait until the midnight hour
Pride and the ‘without prejudice’ rule
Proceed with caution when advising friends
When contract formation puts you in a bind
Faith can move mountains, but not contracts
Contracts, like climbing, require an escape route
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