Usually the contractor's licence to occupy the site is revoked either expressly or by necessary implication1, since it is of course granted only to enable the works under the contract to be carried out. If an employer purports to revoke the licence by wrongly relying on a power to determine the contract, the licence subsists and may be protected by the courts against the employer's wish to re-enter to complete the works
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