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Brought to you by RPC's Built Environment team, this blog will keep you updated on the latest legal developments affecting the property and construction industries.

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A valuer does not owe a duty of care to the directors of a borrower

Topic: Built Environment 02.05.2018 Read more
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New(ly reiterated) grounds for stay on enforcement of an adjudication decision

Topic: Built Environment 05.04.2018 Read more
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Smashing 'Smash and Grab' – Coulson J delivers significant blow to smash and grab tactic

Topic: Built Environment 01.03.2018 Read more
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Equitix ESI CHP (Wrexham) Limited v Bester Generacion UK Limited: Judicial guidance on the applicability of the HGCRA to a dispute under a power generation contract

Topic: Built Environment 19.02.2018 Read more
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RICS Conflict Avoidance Pledge

Topic: Built Environment 12.02.2018 Read more
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Retrospective and prospective delay analyses – do they provide the same results?

Topic: Built Environment 26.01.2018 Read more
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Incorrect Ownership Certificates: A Cautionary Tale

Topic: Built Environment 19.01.2018 Read more
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Notification under a specific clause must be clear

Topic: Built Environment

Published by Rebecca Taylor, Trainee solicitor

Systems Pipework Limited (SPL) v Rotary Building Services Limited (RBSL) determines that where a clause may have a draconian effect it is necessary for notification of this clause to include reference to the clause and clearly comply with the clause's purpose and requirements.

12.01.2018 Read more
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12 Drummers Drumming: Pa rum pum pum pum

Topic: Built Environment 18.12.2017 Read more
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11 pipers piping: How does MEES differ in Scotland?

Topic: Built Environment

Published by Johanna Hall, Senior Associate

It's day eleven of our festive blog series: The origins of the piping pipers may not be firmly rooted in Scotland, but they brought to our minds thoughts of bagpipes, and other things that are found north of the border. The Scottish were first to implement their energy efficiency regulations but now the English and Welsh are not far behind, with MEES coming into force early next year: what will the differences between the systems be?

15.12.2017 Read more