In this third webinar in our Construction Contracts series, Iain Drummond and Nathaniel Buckingham consider the extent to which freedom of contract is impeded by legal interferences. They consider the application of statutory rules, for example, Unfair Contract Terms legislation and the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act, and provide insight into developments on the approach to implied terms and good faith in construction contracts.
The webinar series focuses on recent developments in contract law as applicable to construction contracts. Iain Drummond and his team provide an overview of key changes in contractual interpretation, contractual notification provisions and legal interferences with freedom of contract, such as implied terms and penalties.
Designed to help you identify the developments that are significant in terms of your own practice, the sessions also include practical tips on how to avoid the potential pitfalls associated with the recent changes, and how to turn these changes to your advantage.
Catch up on the first two webinars in the series:
- Interpretation of construction contracts: post Arnold and beyond
- Take Notice! Contractual notifications under construction contracts