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Keating On Construction Contracts
Keating On Construction Contracts
10th Edition, 1st Supplement
Practice Area:  Construction Law
ISBN:  9780414064270
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  23 May 2017
Format:  Paperback
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This first supplement to the 10th edition of Keating on Construction Contracts brings the text completely up-to-date across all areas.

Keating on Construction Contracts is a leading reference work which provides a comprehensive account of the rules governing procurement by public authorities and utilities in the UK, including those operating in the defence sector. It offers a detailed explanation of the regulations implementing EU public procurement directives and their enforcement. It also covers national rules on lower value procurement and related topics.

Key cases in the European and UK courts are analysed and important or problematic issues are illuminated with the help of EU and UK government guidance.

CONTENTS

This supplement covers developments since the publication of the 10th Edition:

• covers key Supreme Court decisions, such as:
- Marks & Spencer Plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Co (Jersey) on implication of terms;
- Patel v Mirza on the recovery of payments under an illegal agreement; and
- Zurich Insurance Co Plc v Hayward on misrepresentation.
• includes important Court of Appeal decisions, such as:
- Graham Leslie v Farrar Construction on recovery of overpayments;
- Harding v Paice on failure to serve payment or payless notices; 
- Global Asset Capital, Inc v Aabar Block S.A.R.L. on the relevance of negotiations to concluded contracts; 
- Carillion Construction v Woods Bagot Europe and Carillion Construction v Emcor Engineering Services on interpretation of contracts;
- Transocean Drilling UK v Providence Resources Plc on exclusion clauses; 
- MWB Business Exchange Centres v Rock Advertising as to oral variations of a contract which required variations in writing; 
- Armchair Answercall v People in Mind on frustration; 
- Grand China Logistics Holding (Group) Co v Spar Shipping AS and MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co SA v Cottonex Anstalt on repudiation;
- and Grove Development v Balfour Beatty Regional Construction on entitlement to interim payments.
• Discusses notable TCC decisions, such as:
- Spartafield v Penten Group on letters of intent; 
- Commercial Management (Investments) v Mitchell Design & Construct on the application of the Unfair Contract Terms Act to notice provisions; 
- Universal Piling & Construction v VG Clements on certificates for negative sums; 
- Willmott Dixon Construction v Robert West Consulting on tortuous liability of contractors for subcontractors’ work; 
- Jawaby Property Investment v The Interiors Group, ZVI Construction v The University of Notre Dame and Kersfield Developments (Bridge Road) v Bray and Slaughter which considered aspects of estoppel;
- Bouygues (UK) v Febrey Structures on common mistake; 
- J.Murphy & Sons v W. Maher & Sons on scope of dispute resolution clauses;
- EnergySolutions EU v Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust v NHS Swale Clinical Commissioning Group and Newlyn Plc v LB Waltham Forest on public procurement; 
- Dixon v Radley House Partnership and Glenluce Fishing Co v Watermota on limitation; 
- Octoesse LLP v Trak Special Projects on the recovery of the costs of claims consultants in court proceedings; 
- Dacy Building Services v IDM Properties and Kilker v Purton on aspects of adjudication enforcement; and 
- Allen Tod Architecture v Capita Property & Infrastructure on changing experts in proceedings

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