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Friday 08 February 2019
Who owns the float? Most construction disputes occur due to ambiguities and lack of understanding of rights and obligations under a Construction Contract. For example; if the contract does not specify who owns the float (party A or party B), then in many cases that we have seen, party A will argue that the float belongs to it and not to party B and vice versa. This applies to contracts between developers…
Justin Storm, Commercial Risk Manager, Naylor Love
Type: Construction Programming & 4D Planning Park Residences is a 30 storeyed central city apartment building located in Auckland CBD. It
Fenchurch -Tamaki Regeneration
Type: EOT Analysis Project Value: $300m The Fenchurch Neighbourhood is identified as one of the first large scale area-based development projects in