Relational Contracts in Construction Law

Relational Contracts in Construction Law

 Those working in the construction industry will be aware that many standard forms of contract used nationally include obligations that could be commonly interpreted as good faith-type obligations. Examples are most obviously apparent in partnering contracts and in...
Duty of Good Faith in Construction Contracts

Duty of Good Faith in Construction Contracts

What does acting in good faith really mean?The duty of good faith has no universally accepted meaning and what it means in a construction contract will depend on the contract in question and its commercial context. It has been held to entail an obligation to: adhere...
GDPR Considerations for New Start-Ups

GDPR Considerations for New Start-Ups

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are pervasive, and do not only affect larger companies; your new start-up must equally maintain strict adherence to its provisions. We have provided a quick run through of the key concerns you should consider with regards...
Preparing a business for sale?

Preparing a business for sale?

You’ve  put effort into making your business into the success it is so far, so on exit what are the things you need to do to maximise the value for you? To get started there are a number of things to consider in the lead up to selling:  Putting the right...
Buying a Business

Buying a Business

There are a number of major documents which are required when buying a business, and at first glance these can seem daunting. We have therefore put together this summary setting out the various documents and some key provisions to look out for when you are thinking of...
Officers of a company

Officers of a company

The officers of a company are those responsible and liable for the decisions of the company. They include the company secretary and the directors of the company. The procedure for the appointment and termination of such officers will be laid down in statute, the...