Monthly Archives: November 2013

Variation Accounts – improve your chances of getting paid

In Contract Law, the burden of proof required for proving a claim is based on a simple legal principle known as ‘on the balance of probabilities’. In layman’s terms this means, based on the supporting evidence, that what you are claiming is probably correct. So what does this have to do with variation account preparation,… Read more »

Dispute Resolution in Construction – Getting It Right First Time

Recently we were called in to assist a Contractor with a dispute on a refurbishment project in Liverpool City Centre. The dispute concerned faulty workmanship carried out by one of their subcontractors, which was in need of replacing. The faulty workmanship came to light following completion of the Subcontractor’s works and at the time of… Read more »