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Is your payment schedule sufficient: Style Timber Floor Pty Ltd v Krivosudsky [2019] NSWCA 171 ||| MTECC News edition 19.15

Is your payment schedule sufficient: Style Timber Floor Pty Ltd v Krivosudsky [2019] NSWCA 171 A recent NSW Court of Appeal decision in Style Timber Floor Pty Ltd v Krivosudsky [2019] NSWCA 171 highlights the need to take care in preparing a document that is intended to be relied upon as a payment schedule for the purposes

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Might termination for insolvency now be a repudiation? ||| MTECC News edition 19.14

Might termination for insolvency now be a repudiation? Many, if not all, construction contracts provide a party a right to terminate for the insolvency of the other party. For example, the right to terminate in AS4000-1995 arises where, in relation to a corporation: notice is given of a meeting of creditors with a view to

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Can relief against forfeiture be ordered to nullify a valid termination of contract? Ayers Rock SkyShip Pty Ltd v Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia Pty Ltd [2019] NSWC 828 (Darke J) ||| MTECC News edition 19.13

Can relief against forfeiture be ordered to nullify a valid termination of contract?  Ayers Rock SkyShip Pty Ltd v Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia Pty Ltd  [2019] NSWC 828 (Darke J) Voyages, the owner and operator of the Ayers Rock Resort entered into an agreement and two leases with Ayers Rock SkyShip (“ARS”) for the construction and

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Stay of proceedings for arbitration agreements – the meaning of ‘under this deed’ and ‘a party’: Rinehart v Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd; Rinehart v Rinehart (2019) 366 ALR 635; [2019] HCA 13 ||| MTECC News edition 19.12

Stay of proceedings for arbitration agreements – the meaning of ‘under this deed’ and ‘a party’: Rinehart v Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd; Rinehart v Rinehart (2019) 366 ALR 635; [2019] HCA 13 This concerns the dispute between Mrs Rinehart and companies in the Hancock Group on the one side, and two of Mrs Rinehart’s children on the

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A liquidated damages clause that did not contemplate the effect of termination ||| MTECC News edition 19.11

A liquidated damages clause that did not contemplate the effect of termination  In Triple Point Technology, Inc. v PTT Public Co Ltd [2019] EWCA Civ 230 the English Court of Appeal considered how to apply a clause imposing liquidated damages in circumstances where the contract was terminated before the contractor achieved completion.   After a review of

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When is it unreasonable to refuse to allow a Builder back on site to rectify defects? ||| MTECC News edition 19.10

When is it unreasonable to refuse to allow a Builder back on site to rectify defects?   This question arises often, but what are the relevant legal principles which need to be applied to answer the question?  A useful summary of those principles was recently provided by Stevenson J in The Owners – Strata Plan 89041 v

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