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    Termination for convenience clauses in a construction contract

    A termination for convenience clause allows a party to a contract to terminate it for any reason, even where the other party has done nothing wrong. This article explains how these clauses work.

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    How do you terminate a construction contract for breach of contract?

    To terminate a contract for breach of contract, there is a process you will need to follow. If you get it wrong, the other party may be able make a claim against you. Keep reading to learn how it work...

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    When can you terminate a construction contract for repudiation?

    If the other party repudiates the contract, you will have the right to terminate it. This is a right that exists at common law, outside the contract. This article explains how it works.

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    When can you terminate a construction contract for breach of contract?

    If a party breaches a construction contract, this will sometimes entitle you to terminate - but not always. This article explains how it works.

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    How to prepare effective contract qualifications

    Principals and head contractors are normally reluctant to allow changes to their preferred forms of contract, regardless of how onerous they might be.  Consequently, the preparation of tender qualific...

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    What is a Deed of Collateral Warranty?

    In a construction context, a deed of collateral warranty is a deed signed by a subcontractor that contains warranties and other obligations in favour of the ultimate principal on the project.

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