- August 20, 2012
PPP and PFI: defending unavailability deduction claims
The first part of this post explored the increased number of unavailability deductions being levied on PFI and PPP projects. I explained the contractual provisions that must ordinarily be satisfied before an employer can establish any entitlement to levy unavailability deductions. Here, I set out various means by which a party could attempt to defend … Continue reading PPP and PFI: defending unavailability deduction claims →
- August 7, 2012
PPP and PFI: is it really unavailable?
The more cynical amongst us may think that the growing frequency of unavailability deductions on PFI/PPP projects is a sure sign that employers are going the extra mile to claw back the cost of PPP or PFI projects. However, in their eagerness to recoup some costs, employers, sponsors or authorities can (and often do) ignore … Continue reading PPP and PFI: is it really unavailable? →