Coronavirus (COVID-19) Q&As—construction contracts

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Q&As—construction contracts

This Practice Note contains a list of coronavirus (COVID-19) Q&As that relate to construction contracts.

Q&As

Q&ASummary
Under the JCT and NEC contracts, is the contractor entitled to an extension of time if construction works are delayed due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19)?This Q&A considers whether a contractor is entitled to an extension of time, if construction works are delayed due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) under the JCT and NEC contracts.
Is a contractor entitled to an extension of time if construction works are delayed due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19)?This Q&A considers whether a contractor is entitled to an extension of time if works are delayed as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19).
In light of coronavirus (COVID-19), is arbitration preferable over litigation as a method of dispute resolution given the increased flexibility inherent in arbitration proceedings generally?This Q&A from Clare Ambrose, barrister at Twenty Essex, Hamish Lal, partner at Akin Gump and Cecilia Xu Lindsey, barrister at 9 Stone Buildings

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