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Construct Newsletter - February 2017

Issue 90


to our February edition of Prettys' Construct.

This month we look at:

If there are any topics you would like to see featured in a future edition of our newsletter, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Rebecca Palmer


Interpretation of Limitation Clauses

The recent case of McGee Group Ltd v Galliford Try Building Ltd [2017] EWHC 87 (TCC) confirms the court’s approach to limitation clauses in giving effect to their natural and ordinary meaning. It is a reminder that limitation clauses need to be drafted ... Read more

Part 36 Offer in the Technology and Construction Court

A Part 36 offer is an offer to settle a dispute at any stage in legal proceedings. It is one of the most important tactical steps that a party can take in legal proceedings as the treatment of a Part 36 offer may ... Read more

Party Wall Act: A reminder for Surveyors

If you are planning work that will affect a neighbour’s party wall structure or boundary, it is important to follow the Party Wall Act 1996. The Act provides a framework to facilitate building work near a neighbouring property. It is recommended to appoint a ... Read more

Something you may not know about Prettys

Prettys is a member of Galexy, the International Association of Lawyers. This means that we can provide you with a comprehensive range of services and solutions on an international basis. If you have a contract that is outside the jurisdiction of England and Wales, ... Read more

Upcoming Developers Club March 2017

You are warmly invited to join us at the next Developers’ Club events which will take place on Thursday, 16 March 2017 in Ipswich and Thursday, 23 March 2017 in Chelmsford. Our keynote speaker is Vicky McDermott, CEO of Papworth Trust, the leading disability ... Read more



Peter Blake

Partner, Head of Construction & development

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