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Ticky-Tacky boxes?

Construction and the construction industry is, however, a focus.

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The Financial Services Ombudsman

Bill Prasifka, the new Financial Services Ombudsman has started well, if we can properly understand recent newspaper reports. He seems to have issued some form of Press Release but it’s not on his website yet. The reports credit him with underlining that he is limited in the amount of compensation he may award against the anonymous “regulated” financial services bodies (banks) he polices. (He does’nt really; he reacts to complaints). Consequently, Bill awarded the maximum, €250,000, to a farming couple […]

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Phew!

Insurance has a strange aspect which we often overlook; we are happy that we did not need it.

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The Brussels Regulation

n Ireland, we have not introduced provision for injured persons to claim against the insurers of the malfeasor who caused the loss. This provision is available in the UK and, it would appear from Knight v Axa, France.

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Tortilla Flat-pack

A plaintiff in Ireland claiming general damages for a deficient holiday is more likely to be successful than a similar plaintiff in the UK.

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Public works contracts

SIAC was one of many persons who tendered for the provision of a new sewerage system for the town of Ballinrobe. Its tender, on price, was the lowest. Mayo county Council awarded the contract to the next highest tenderer. In the judgment of the County Council’s engineer, SIAC’s tender would, in due course, be discovered not to be the cheapest.

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Buying a House

To hand over the key beforehand is to hand over possession. If a purchaser gets possession before parting with the purchase money there is a great temptation to evade or delay the handing over of the purchase money, at least until it suits the purchaser.

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A good cog?

Who, in the name of goodness, does the UK Roads Authority use to write its contracts?

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Don’t come back

In truth, neither the contractors nor the public authorities seeking tenders genuinely know what the costs of such projects are; the tenders are guesses.

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Public Procurement

These contracts are very valuable. They allow the person to whom the contract is awarded to, at the very least, pay the wages of the staff of the successful tendering company, say, during slack industry trading periods.

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