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This booklet of extracts combines recent articles from Building Law Reports, International Construction Law Review and Building Law Monthly to provide a round-up of our must-see content from October 2017.

This booklet contains extracts from:

  • M T Højgaard A/S v E.ON Climate & Renewables UK Robin Rigg East Ltd and Another, Building Law Reports, [2017] BLR 477
  • Merit Holdings Ltd v Michael J Lonsdale Ltd, Construction Law Reporter
  • New FIDIC Yellow Book (2017): a case of when more (words) mean less (clarity)?, International Construction Law Review, [2017] ICLR 349
  • Allocating responsibility for concurrent delay, Building Law Monthly, October 2017
  • Polytec Overseas Ltd and Another v Grand Dragon International Holdings Company Ltd and Another, Building Law Reports, [2017] BLR 523
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