Starting off your project with sound and appropriate contract terms in place is an essential, but sometimes overlooked aspect of any major construction development.
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Neglecting this can be costly, leading to uncertainty and avoidable disputes. Our client base comprises nationally known house builders, residential and commercial developers, offshore trusts, family offices, high net worth individuals, contractors, sub-contractors, and suppliers.
We are experienced in advising on the structuring of construction procurement, and in drafting, reviewing and negotiating all kinds of industry documents, whether standard or bespoke, including main contracts, subcontracts, framework agreements, professional appointments, collateral warranties, bonds and guarantees, as well as advising on insurance and other legal issues.
We advise clients on all aspects of the project life cycle and are therefore able to advise on any disputes that may evolve. We mediate, arbitrate and litigate disputes in construction whilst also frequently advising developers and sponsors on all types of preliminary and initial agreements relating to their construction projects.
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News / Qatar Q&A
07-07-2017 / Aviation & Travel, Energy & Infrastructure
Since diplomatic ties were severed between the UAE and Qatar, we have received various queries regarding how this impacts our clients’ businesses. We have collated the most commonly asked questions and answers below, as well as some points to bear in mind, to provide a handy reference point as first port of call in case any queries relating to the Qatar situation arise. Please note that, as this is a live situation, the information below is correct as of 5 July 2017. We will update this Q&A as and when needed.
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