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- 08 January 2016
- Commercial Real Estate
The street food revolution!
New street food markets continue to open across the UK at a rapid pace with many new food trucks and vendors opening each week. How can landlords, developers and food entrepreneurs take advantage of this trend and how is the sector evolving?
- 05 January 2016
- Public projects and procurement
Public procurement: the mandatory standstill period
Those involved in public tenders will be familiar with the requirement that a mandatory ten day “standstill period” must follow all contract awards, during which the contracting authority is not allowed to enter into a contract with the successful bidder. The purpose of the standstill period is to enable unsuccessful bidders to review and digest the award notification letter and any other debrief materials provided by the contracting authority, and determine whether they have any grounds on which to challenge the outcome of the tender.
- 04 January 2016
- Litigation and dispute resolution
The future of Third Party Rights
Third party rights are increasingly being considered in place of collateral warranties. However, the use of third party rights by Employers may reduce following the decision in Hurley Palmer Flatt Limited v Barclays Bank plc .
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