'Reasonable skill and care' standard will limit contractors' liability for defects, says expert21 Apr 2017
ANALYSIS: In a recent decision, Scotland's highest court considered the effect that limiting the contractor's obligations to a standard of reasonable skill and care will have on its liability for defects.
ANALYSIS: Dubai’s new judicial tribunal was established last year to deal with potential conflicts of jurisdiction between the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) courts and the local Dubai courts.
An Australian trading house which co-ordinates investment with some of China's biggest businesses is to partner with a London council on an ambitious new housing scheme, it has announced.
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