Edwina Acland, dispute resolution solicitor in the projects team at Sharpe Pritchard has an article published in the 20th anniversary edition of the Construction Law Review.

The Construction Law Review, published by the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors, is an annual publication containing legal articles and updates from senior professionals in the field of construction law.

Edwina’s article, ‘Could the payment provisions of the Construction Act displace capped payment sums set out in letters of intent?’, looks at the amendments to the payment provisions in the Construction Act and their implications on payment terms set out in letters of intent. Edwina warns that if payment terms in the letters of intent do not comply with the amended act, payment provisions in the act would instead apply.

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