November 6, 2015
Fenwick Elliott Annual Review 2015/2016
Our Review features a number of key legal milestones, including the decision in Aspect v Higgins, the first adjudication enforcement case to reach the Supreme Court, which explained the time limits for bringing legal or arbitral proceedings to have a dispute finally determined in your favour if a construction adjudicator’s decision has gone against you, and you have had to pay out money in compliance with it.
As the Government’s 2016 deadline for all centrally procured projects to utilise Building Information Modelling (BIM) draws ever nearer, we look at the latest developments. We also follow up the discussion in last year’s Review on design duties and the distinctions between fitness for purpose and reasonable skill and care. Whilst we wait for FIDIC to issue updated versions of their Rainbow suite of contracts we provide an update on a number of interesting developments both at home and abroad including enforcing Dispute Board decisions, contractor claims about unforeseeable ground conditions and failing to proceed with due diligence.
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