Case Study Archive

Below you can see our full case archive.

There are a total of 1503 cases in our archive
  • 15th March 2013
    Lahey Constructions Pty Limited v Newbold Bulk Haulage Pty Limited [2013] NSWSC 215
    Building and Construction - adjudication - absence of natural justice - absence of procedural fairness - determination void
  • 11th March 2013
    Strategic Property Holdings No. 3 Pty Ltd v Austbrokers RWA Pty Ltd [2013] NSWSC 178
    Damages - professional negligence – insurance broker - quantum
  • 8th March 2013
    Lahey Constructions Pty Ltd v Trident Civil Contracting Pty Ltd [2013] NSWSC 176
    Building and Construction - adjudication - requirement for a payment schedule – whether determination void - jurisdictional error – procedural fairness - natural justice
  • 1st March 2013
    Re Graham Anstee-Brook; Ex Parte Karara Mining Ltd [No 2] [2013] WASC 59
    Prerogative writ - Certiorari - Order nisi - Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) - Application for adjudication - Judicial review - Jurisdictional error -Error of law - Procedural fairness
  • 28th February 2013
    Berry Piling Systems Limited v Sheer Projects Ltd [2013] EWHC 347
  • 28th February 2013
    South East Civil & Drainage Contractors P/L v AMGW P/L & Ors [2013] QSC 45
    Contracts  – Building , Engineering and related contracts – Remuneration  – Statutory Regulation Of Entitlement to and recovery of progress Payments – Adjudication Payment Claims
  • 28th February 2013
    City Residence Pty Ltd v Catoi [2013] WASAT 29
    Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) application for review of decision by adjudicator to dismiss - Whether application for adjudication made within time - Meaning of 'days'
  • 27th February 2013
    Westfields Construction Limited v Clive Lewis [2013] EWHC 376
    This summary was provided by CMS Cameron McKenna LLP. For more information visit summary For the purposes of the residential exception in s.106 of the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the “Act”), whilst the date of the formation of the contract is particularly important in any consideration of any alleged “intention to occupy”, “occupation” is an ongoing process and cannot be tested by reference to a single snapshot in time. Thus the evidence about the position at the date that the contract was made has to be considered in the context of all of the evidence of occupation and intention, both before and after the agreement of the contract. On the facts of this case the defendant had not demonstrated that the residential exception applied. Technology and Construction Court,...
  • 27th February 2013
    Triple M Mechanical Services Pty Ltd v Ellis [2013] WASC 67
    Prerogative writ - Certiorari - Ex parte application - Order nisi - Stay of the effect of determination
  • 25th February 2013
    The Owners - Strata Plan 74635 v Buildcorp Group Pty Limited [2013] NSWCA 40
    Practice and Procedure - no question of principle