Both AS 2124 and its successor AS 4000 are widely used forms of construction contract in Australia. Although they have many similarities, there are some significant differences.
Disputes under AS 4000 typically boil down to debates around cost, time, or defects. There are several ways these disputes can be resolved. To make the dispute resolution process as efficient and ef...
This article explains practical completion under AS 4000 - what it is and the notice requirements for claiming.
This article explains how to make a claim for a latent condition under AS 4000. It includes a flowchart to explain the process.
A qualifying cause of delay under AS 4000 is a delay for which the contractor can claim an EOT. The specific qualifying causes of delay are explained in more detail below.
This article explains how to claim a variation under AS 4000. It includes a flowchart to explain the process.
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