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Payment Provisions - Let the payer be aware!

November 2017

Firstly, a brief recap.  The Housing Grant Construction and Regeneration Act of 1996 (the Construction Act) introduced into all construction contracts for work in the United Kingdom, specific payment provisions.  There were only limited exceptions principally contracts relating to residential occupiers.  There were two particular provisions.

1.1   Section 110(i)(a) provided that every construction should provide an adequate mechanism for determining when payments became due and Section 110(ii) obliged a paying party to give notice no later than 5 days after the date when a sum became due specifying the amount to be paid and the basis upon which it was to be calculated.

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