Joint Names Clauses Create Own Problems

Blog Author: John D Wright  – JD Risk Associates Summary Standard contract forms such as JCT have a long history of words and phrases being adjusted to meet the evolving demands of business and to develop more compatibility with associated businesses such as insurance. The latest adjustments under JCT 2016 provide further clarity but the fundamental question of who bears the risks in any given situation continues to exercise the minds of all who advise on such contracts. JCT 2016: the final touches? The move…

MW 2016 Insurance: Not Sure How to Complete Clause 5.4C Particulars?

Possible solutions for you to consider: The following is an extract from ‘Insurance under the Minor Works Building Contract 2016’. This extract outlines possible solutions where clause 5.4C is to operate i.e. those circumstances where clauses 5.4A and 5.4B are not appropriate. The full text is available at https://corporate.jctltd.co.uk/insurance-under-the-minor-works-buildingcontract-2016/. Clause 5.4C is to apply where clause 5.4A does not apply and clause 5.4B cannot apply because the relevant insurance is not available. As a consequence one has to make other arrangements and which clause 5.4C…

Insurance under the Minor Works Building Contract 2016

Introduction Carrying out building works regardless of their size and scope involves risks not only for the builder but the employer. The principal purpose of the building contract is to allocate those risks. That is done by way of the contract terms including the provision of indemnities and requirement for insurances. This note deals with the Minor Works Building Contract 2016 (MW) and Minor Works Building Contract 2016 with contractor’s design 2016 (MWD). It looks first at the insurance provisions dealing with the Works including…