A paper presented at the Society of Construction Law International Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 20th September 2014
The SCL Delay and Disruption Protocol was published in 2002. Since then, it has attracted considerable interest from those involved in the construction industry, both in the UK and abroad. In this paper Julian Bailey considers the provisions of the Protocol, and how the Protocol has fared during the 12 years since its publication.
A. Introduction - B. General Observations - C. Disruption - D. Extensions of time - E. Mitigation - F. Global claims - G. Acceleration - H. Judicial consideration of the Protocol - I. Conclusion.
The author: Julian Bailey is a solicitor with White & Case LLP in London, and vice chairman of the Society of Construction Law (UK).
Text: 31 pages