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Construct Newsletter - October 2017

October 2017 - Issue 98


to our October 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


Concurrent delay and extension of time provisions

Concurrent delay is known as a period of delay caused by actions of both an employer and a contractor at the same time. An argument subsequently arises as the contractor submits it is entitled to an extension of time as a result of ... Read more

Winding up petitions within construction contracts

Under s122 of the Insolvency Act 1986, a creditor may apply for the winding up of a company if it can be proven that the company is unable to pay its debts. However, the recent case of Breyer Group Plc v RBK Engineering ... Read more

Rectifying mistakes within contracts

Mistakes happen. We all appreciate that it is part of human nature. Although, it could be presumed that once an agreement is in writing, the terms are binding, as it is the responsibility of each party to be satisfied of the terms prior ... Read more

Rebecca Palmer

Senior Associate

e rpalmer@prettys.co.uk

t 01473 298274

Peter Blake

Partner, Head of Construction & development

e pblake@prettys.co.uk

t 01473 298206



Michael Booth


e mbooth@prettys.co.uk

t 01473 298214

Siân Llewelyn

Trainee Solicitor

e sllewelyn@prettys.co.uk

t 01473 298231



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