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Contract terms & risk management for sub-contractors seminar

Contract terms & risk management for sub-contractors seminar
A practical guide as to how notices should be issued to a main contractor so as to maximise the subcontractor's position in a dispute.

 

Event Summary

 

Who should attend?

This seminar will be a particularly valuable session for senior executives, managing directors, senior managers, project managers and business owners.

 

Why you should attend?

You will walk out of this seminar with a working understanding of:

  • the meanings behind confusing contractual clauses
  • how contractual clauses apply
  • why contracts contain these clauses

 

Topics and takeaways

A practical guide as to how notices should be issued to a main contractor so as to maximise the subcontractor's position in a dispute.

Learn how to:

  • limit your risk in the main contractor and subcontractor relationship
  • find the  contract changes you should request
  • use the Australian Consumer Law to your advantage

 

About the Speaker

Tom Walker, BA LLB, Principal, Cleland Lawyers

Tom has a very good understanding of the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payments Act (2009) (SA), the Building Work Contractors Act, and the Workers Liens Act, all of which are critical to the South Australian building industry.

 

Register

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When
11/17/2020 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Where
Precinct Conference Centre 40/46 W Thebarton Road Thebarton, SA 5031 AUSTRALIA

Price

TicketRate TypeRates
MemberMember$ 80.00
MemberNon Member$ 100.00

Program

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Member17 November 2020 

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A full refund will be given if the AMCA is notified in writing a minimum of 4 business days prior to the course commencement date. A 50% administration charge will be incurred if the AMCA is notified within 3 business days or less. No refund will be given if the AMCA is not notified of cancellation.