Articles from the Silver Shemmings Ash Team on contractual matters, recent case law changes and items of interest in the construction and property world

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What is a Bond in the Construction Industry?

There are a number of different types of Bonds used in the Construction industry.  A Bond is way to protect a client/employer against the Contractor or even […]

August 29, 2015 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
What is a Breach of Natural Justice?

What is a breach of Natural Justice?  This is a term that is often used in Adjudications but what exactly does this mean? The phrase “Natural Justice” […]

July 27, 2015 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
What Is A Contract? ( Construction Contracts and other Contracts )

A contract is defined by the Collins Dictionary (on line) as a “formal agreement between 2 or more parties”. However a contract can be formal or informal […]

July 22, 2015 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
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