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The Week That Was - 1 July 2022

Published on 01 July 2022. By Ben Goodier, Partner and Alan Stone, Partner and Zoe Eastell, Partner and Katharine Cusack, Partner and Felicity Strong, Partner and Peter Mansfield, Partner and Sarah O'Callaghan, Associate

Welcome to The Week That Was, a round-up of key events in the construction sector over the last seven days.

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The Week That Was - 24 June 2022

Published on 24 June 2022. By Alan Stone, Partner and Ben Goodier, Partner and Alexandra Anderson, Partner and Tom Green, Partner and Katharine Cusack, Partner and Zoe Eastell, Partner and Felicity Strong, Partner and Peter Mansfield, Partner and Sarah O'Callaghan, Associate

Welcome to The Week That Was, a round-up of key events in the construction sector over the last seven days.

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The Week That Was - 17 June 2022

Published on 17 June 2022. By Ben Goodier, Partner and Alan Stone, Partner and Zoe Eastell, Partner and Katharine Cusack, Partner and Felicity Strong, Partner and Peter Mansfield, Partner and Sarah O'Callaghan, Associate

Welcome to The Week That Was, a round-up of key events in the construction sector over the last seven days.

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Top 10 for the 10s Claims against surveyors and valuers

Published on 20 May 2020. By Alexandra Anderson, Partner and Felicity Strong, Partner

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The 2010s started with an influx of valuation claims, primarily involving lenders seeking to recoup losses suffered as a result of the financial crisis, loans being made to sub-prime borrowers and the declining property market.

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RICS Guidance and Key Developments for Surveyors: #2 Coronavirus, valuations and "material uncertainty"

Published on 12 May 2020. By Alexandra Anderson, Partner and Felicity Strong, Partner

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The recent lockdown has posed a serious challenge to the UK housing market, with the present and future potential impact of COVID-19 on the market inviting comparisons to the post-2008 recession.

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

Published on 02 May 2018. By Alexandra Anderson, Partner and Felicity Strong, Partner

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The High Court has held that a valuer who prepares a valuation for a lender does not owe a duty of care to the directors of the borrower who claim they have suffered loss as a result of relying on that valuation.

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Adjudication costs not recoverable as costs of proceedings

Published on 23 November 2016. By Felicity Strong, Partner

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The Technology & Construction Court ("TCC") has recently considered whether there are circumstances in which a party can recover adjudication costs; the position, ordinarily, being that the costs of adjudication are not recoverable from the other side.

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