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Delay and Disruption Protocol
This Protocol has been prepared by the Society of Construction Law for determining extensions of time and compensation for delay and disruption. Published on October 16th 2002, It exists to provide guidance to all parties to the construction process when dealing with time/delay matters. It recognises that transparency of information and methodology is central to both dispute prevention and dispute resolution.
You may download a 2.6MB Zip file containing the Protocol here. Or you can purchase printed copies here.
Quoting the Protocol
Provided that the Society’s written permission is sought (firstname.lastname@example.org) extracts may be reproduced in articles, seminar notes etc. Permission will usually be given provided that no more than 10% of the total text is quoted, and that the source is acknowledged. SCL also asks that the website address, www.scl.org.uk is given.
Time Management: Understanding and managing time - Stephen Briggs
Pleading Global Claims - Ben Patten QC
Claims for Extensions of Time and Compensation under the FIDIC Red Book: Civil Law and Common Law Approaches Compared - Chris Ennis and Dr Wolfgang Breyer
Bailii - recent decisions
- Alexander & Law Ltd v Coveside (21BPR) Ltd  EWHC 3949 (TCC) (12 December 2013)
- J G Walker Groundworks Ltd v Priory Homes (East) Ltd  EWHC 3723 (TCC) (06 December 2013)
- Westshield Ltd v Whitehouse & Anor  3576 EWHC (TCC) (18 November 2013)
- Webb Resolutions Ltd v JV Ltd (t/a Shepherd Chartered Surveyors)  EWHC 3526 (TCC) (15 November 2013)
- BMG (Mansfield) Ltd & Ors v Galliford Try Construction Ltd & Ors  EWHC 3468 (TCC) (15 November 2013)
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