Category Archives: Construction law

The adjudication war on valuations

Adjudication war on valuations

A useful reminder in the adjudication war on valuations The Court of Appeal recently threw out a claim that summary judgement should not be enforced because the adjudicator had decided issues in a second decision which had already been in dispute and decided in an earlier decision. The case of Waldeck Associates Ltd v Decomo […]

Inevitable damage is not an accident

Inevitable damage is not an accident

Damage to and the eventual demolition of an accommodation block In publishing its decision in the case of Leeds Beckett University v Travelers Insurance Company Ltd [2017] EWHC 588 earlier this month the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) gave some useful guidance on what might be classed as accidental damage and what is gradual wear […]