- January 25, 2017
Guaranteed Maximum Price contracts: do they do what they say on the tin?
A developer client of mine recently asked me about “guaranteed maximum price” contracts. He had heard mention of them, was keen to keep overspends on his project to a minimum and was under the impression that they would set the contract sum in stone. Thinking this sounded too good to be true, he asked me … Continue reading Guaranteed Maximum Price contracts: do they do what they say on the tin? →
- February 24, 2016
What lies beneath: a reminder of some key implied terms in construction contracts
Parties are often so concerned about getting the express terms of the contract right that they forget about implied terms. Following the Supreme Court decision in Marks and Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd, this blog looks at some of the key statutory and common law terms which may be … Continue reading What lies beneath: a reminder of some key implied terms in construction contracts →