Thursday, 7 September 2017
18-22 Hill Street, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast BT1 2LA
15:00 - 17:00
In the construction industry we sign contracts daily; but are you really sure what you are signing? Construction contract law has many pitfalls and ignorance is bliss, until it all goes wrong.
This seminar serves as a beginner’s guide to give you a crash course of construction contract law and will cover topics including:
Entering into a construction contract
–Do I need to sign the dotted line?
–Working under Letters of Intent
–Performance and conduct when getting paid
What have I signed up to?
–Implied terms – the silent killers
–What was said vs what was written down
What happens when it all goes wrong?
–Won’t pay vs Can’t pay and my rights
–The Act vs the Contract
For those of you who want to develop your knowledge in this field have a look at our Law and Contract Management Course due to commence at the end of September 2017. This is a more intensive 25 week course designed to equip you with a comprehensive understanding of Contract Law, the Law of Tort and the NEC3 / 4 ECC contract.
David McNeice, Associate at Quigg Golden
David is a solicitor and Associate of the ICE with extensive experience in contract management and dispute resolution, specialising in adjudication, mediation and other forms of ADR throughout the UK and Ireland. David advises on all aspects of construction law, including contract drafting, management of dispute and risk assessments. David is a member of Quigg Golden’s NEC3/4 cell and is Course Leader for the ICE Law and Contract Management Course (NEC3 / 4) in Belfast, Dublin and the South East of England.
Places are limited and allocated by registering in advance only and will be on a first come first served basis. Refreshments will be provided.