Contracts with 'no oral variation' clauses can "in principle" be varied orally, says Court of Appeal24 May 2016
Clauses in commercial contracts preventing variation other than in writing are "in principle" unenforceable, given that parties to such contracts generally have the freedom to agree to vary whatever terms they choose, according to three senior judges.
Hong Kong is "perfectly placed" to become a 'hub' for infrastructure finance as part of the Chinese 'One Belt, One Road' (OBOR) economic investment plan, an expert has said.
Public authorities will get clarity from new European Commission state aid guidance, says expert 23 May 2016
Contracting authorities will welcome further clarity around the types of public investment and funding where potential state aid issues arise, particularly in relation to infrastructure investment, an expert has said.
- Public authorities will get clarity from new European Commission state aid guidance, says expert 23 May 2016
- France's new infrastructure body now operational 18 May 2016
- Guide: Changes to EU debarment rules from February 2015
- Guide: Which contracts do the 2015 Public Contracts Regulations for contracting authorities apply to?
- Australia proposes city-led approach to future infrastructure development 04 May 2016
- New South African solar plant is ‘milestone for energy sector investment’ 22 Mar 2016
- Guide: Tax and permanent establishment status for foreign-run construction projects in China
- Guide: Rules for directors of foreign invested companies (FIEs) in China
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