Delay: you cannot be serious!
11 June 2013
In an article written for PLC Construction, James Levy discusses the frequent occurrence of delays in construction projects. As this affects the timescale of the project, it gives rise to the right to terminate.
However, question marks appear when there is no express right and the project falls into serious delay. Using a case from last year in which the defendant ran into financial difficulties, James explains whether the injured party had a right at common law to treat the delay as a repudiatory breach of contract.
You can read James' article in full on the PLC Construction website.