Time and programme clauses

Time and programme clauses guidance:

1 Acceleration 1.1 If at any time the Employer (acting reasonably) wishes the Contractor to complete the [design and] construction of the Works or any part thereof on or...

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This Practice Note considers the meaning and relevance of concurrent delay on construction projects, contractual terms dealing with concurrent delay and the contractor’s...

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Concurrent delay 1 The Contractor shall not be entitled to any adjustment of the [Completion Date] where and to the extent that any delay caused by a [Relevant Event] has...

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Contractor’s programme 1 Within seven days of the date of this Contract the Contractor shall without charge produce to the Employer a programme for carrying out the Works...

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This Practice Note considers the status of the programme in a construction contract, what difference it makes if the programme is a contract document and the approach of...

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1 Time to be of the essence of all clauses Each time, date or period referred to in this agreement (including any time, date or period varied by the parties) is of the...

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What does time of the essence mean? Where time is 'of the essence' it means that the stated time for completion of an obligation in a contract is a condition of the...

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