"Apartment Owners Beware..." who should pay?
Find out more about the financial uncertainty for owners who could now be liable for repair costs to units other than their own.
We also look at the limitations of a Professional's obligations when working for free, the trials and tribulations of expert witnesses and we investigate the Queensland's Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017. Sarah Holderness and Nick Gillies discuss ten guidelines the government could consider in it's approach to construction contracts and we look at the proposed new government procurement rules.
In ‘Case in Brief’ Laura and Kate Badcock look at the impact of the recent decision in M Davenport Builders Limited v Greer & Anor  EWHC 318 (TCC) and how this works in the New Zealand context.
Catherine Green reviews Charles O'Neil's exciting new book: Global Construction Success.
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The recent Court of Appeal decision Body Corporate S73368 v Otway creates significant financial uncertainty for apartment owners, who could now be liable for repair costs to units other than their own. In Otway, the repair works to a few units was determined to affect the overall weathertightness o...