Corrs High Vis: Episode 24 – Australian security of payment legislation – High Court guidance
In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, we look at two important High Court rulings which provide greater clarity in relation to Australia’s security of payment legislation.
The first sets out the scope of review from an adjudicator’s determination, while the second provides guidance on when a payment clause will be a prohibited ‘pay when paid’ clause. Wayne Jocic, Samuel Woff and Todd Spiller consider the implications. The podcast series, brought to you by Corrs, offers analysis and insights to help you make smarter decisions.
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Episode 35 – VACT decision in Lacoste dispute
Episode 34 – How should a court assess a claim for payment following termination for repudiation?
Episode 32 – Fiocco Report on Security of Payment Reform in Western Australia
Episode 33 – Can a Builder in Liquidation Take Advantage of the Security of Payment Regime?
Episode 31 – China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Episode 30 – The Lacrosse Fire and its impact
Episode 29 – Corrs Construction Law and Projects Update
Episode 28 – FIDIC and the Rainbow Suite
Episode 27 – Developing Positive Cultures
Episode 26 – Murray Report reviewing the national security of payment laws
Episode 25 – Early Contractor Involvement
Episode 23 – Gender Equality in the Construction Industry
Episode 22 - Construction Market Forecast: 2018 and beyond
Episode 21 – Global Infrastructure (Part Two)
Episode 21 – Global Infrastructure (Part One)
Episode 20 – Proposed Reforms to Queensland’s Security of Payment Legislation
Episode 19 – Case developments across Australia
Episode 18 - Statutory Declarations: When you can be personally liable for inaccuracies
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