Tagged: building disputes
Build me a City
The reason for this lies in a practice common in the construction business, of issuing “letters of intent”. The intended purpose of these is to start the process of negotiation of the terms of the contract (or even to just gain time while the contract is being drafted), but to avoid inhibitions in the commencement of work.
The judgment did not deal with the liability of the insolvent contractor, who, the evidence showed, had entered into a loan agreement with the architects, following the awarding of the work to the contractor, for the loan of £10,000 to them, without the knowledge of the Employer/Plaintiff.