Contract is king, even in lockdown
Covid-19 public health measures pose significant issues for the management and administration of construction contracts
There is much commentary in the legal press about interpretation of contract clauses and legal doctrines, but such commentary largely poses further questions.
There are few hard and fast factual answers to questions around the effect the Covid-19 crisis and public health measures are posing for the management and administration of construction contracts.
The bottom line is that the “contract is king”. While it might seem that all contractors will surely have a contractual or...
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