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Martlet Homes Ltd v Mulalley & Co Ltd  EWHC 1813 (TCC) (14 July 2022) (HHJ Stephen Davies) This is the first substantive decision on a cladding safety dispute that has reached trial in the TCC since Grenfell Tower fire. Although the decision is the subject of appeal, with the introduction of the Building Safety Act 2022 introducing new causes of action and extending limitation periods, we will undoubtedly see similarly themed issues litigated in the coming years.
Contractor fails to avoid liability for defective works by arguing that it was co-insured with the employer under JCT Contract
With many super-prime schemes being thrown into chaos by supply chain problems, Alexander Jullienne looks at where the responsibility for delay rests, and what contractors charged with sourcing bespoke materials should be factoring into their agreements
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