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Security of Payment Act

Posted Nov 22, 2017 Service by Aconex and the Security of Payment Act
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Case Note: Watpac Constructions (NSW) Pty Limited v Charter Hall Funds Management Limited [2017] NSWSC 865 In the recent decision of Watpac Constructions (NSW) Pty Limited v Charter Hall Funds Management Limited [2017] NSWSC 865 (Watpac Case), the Supreme Court of New South Wales considered (amongst other things), the issue of service of a payment […]

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Posted Nov 20, 2017 Reference date, preconditions, supporting statements and service by a “good Samaritan” all in one SOPA case
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Case note: Castle Constructions Pty Ltd v Ghossayn Group Pty Ltd [2017] NSWSC 1317 There have been a number of decisions of the NSW Supreme Court which have dealt with the consequences of a head contractor serving a Payment Claim that is not accompanied by a supporting statement under section 13(7) and s13(9) of the […]

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Posted Nov 17, 2017 A Deeming Provision and a Contractual Fiction
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Case Note All Seasons Air Pty Ltd v Regal Consulting Services Pty Ltd [2017] NSWCA 289 Earlier this year, we wrote about the decision of the Supreme Court of NSW in the matter of Regal Consulting Services Pty Ltd v All Seasons Air Pty Ltd, in which the Court found in favour of the plaintiff. […]

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Posted Sep 29, 2017 Security of Payment Masterclass
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COST: $125 per person ($100 per person if three or more from one company) Mid-session food and drinks provided If you are a contract administrator, project manager, developer, builder or subcontractor in the building and construction industry, don’t miss this unique opportunity to gain a  better understanding of how the Security of Payment legislation works. The seminar tackles […]

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Posted Aug 31, 2017 Non compliant supporting statement means payment claim is invalid
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Case note: Mt Lewis Estate Pty Ltd v Metricon Homes Pty Ltd [2017] NSWSC 1121 In the recent decision of Mt Lewis Estate Pty Ltd v Metricon Homes Pty Ltd [2017] NSWSC 1121 delivered on 24 August 2017; the Supreme Court held that a payment claim was invalid because the accompanying supporting statement did not […]

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