Navigant authors article in March 2016 issue of Construction Law International
Concurrent delay is a global issue in which a contractor requests a time extension or an owner assesses late completion damages. While published concurrent delay decisions stem from common law courts, courts in non-common law countries are equally called upon to reach decisions on concurrent delay when deciding delay claim cases. This article provides a sweeping review of how concurrent delay is dealt with around the globe.
In summary, Livengood draws three important conclusions:
This article was first published in Construction Law International, Vol 11 No 1, March 2016, and is reproduced by kind permission of the International Bar Association, London, UK. © International Bar Association.