Construction law myths ... 'time at large'

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9 June 2011 Continuing the series of articles on construction law myths, Matthew Taylor looks at ‘time at large’ Construction contracts will almost always provide a date by which the works must be completed. If the works are not completed by that date then, generally, the contract...

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