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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS UPDATE - STAGE 3

In 2015 an array of amendments was made to the Construction Contracts Act 2002 (CCA), to be implemented in three stages, namely on 1 December 2015, 1 September 2016, and 31 March 2017.
Written by James Hakaria at 00:00

CHANGES TO THE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS ACT 2002 – STAGE 2

Last year an array of amendments were made to the Construction Contracts Act 2002 (CCA), to be implemented in three stages, namely on 1 December 2015, 1 September 2016, and 31 March 2017. For our earlier bulletin with details of the Stage 1 amendments follow this link.
Written by James Hakaria at 00:00

CHANGES TO THE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS ACT 2002

The construction industry is an ever changing beast, and the latest change to the Construction Contracts Act 2002 (CCA) follows a comprehensive review of the industry and the CCA which facilitates many aspects of construction contracts. The change alters and adds key provisions to the CCA, and will be implemented in three stages, namely on 1 December 2015, 1 September 2016, and 31 March 2017.
Written by James Hakaria at 09:00

PROPERTY TEAM WORKS ON TAURANGA'S WESTPAC CENTRE

The new Westpac Centre at 575 Cameron Road is now nearing completion. This development has been the team effort of Sharp Tudhope’s client, Yuh Shan Holdings Limited, anchor tenant Westpac, builder, Hawes Building Solutions Limited, FDA Architects, project manager Veros Property and the property team at Sharp Tudhope led by partner Hamish Murray.
Written by Default at 10:00

CHANGES TO THE BUILDING ACT 2004 - 4 KEY THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

The changes to the Building Act 2004 (“the Act”), which took effect on 1 January 2015 attempt to strengthen consumer protection around residential building work. As a result, building contractors involved in the residential sector will need to update their contract documentation. Click the heading above to read more.
Written by Richard Kettelwell at 09:00
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