Mastering the Construction Contracts Act
The Construction Contracts Act came into effect on 1 April 2003. The Act applies to all construction contracts made orally or in writing, including those that are partially in writing and relate to carrying out construction work in NZ and which is entered into, or renewed on or after April 1, 2003. Its purpose is “to provide for the speedy resolution of disputes arising under a construction contract”. Having a detailed understanding of this Act and other related law will protect your organisation from severe legal complications and resulting financial losses.
This course covers the finer details of the Construction Contracts Act including up-to-date revisions of the Act and associated laws. You will be shown best-practice techniques to practically apply your new understanding to construction contracts, payment schedules, and other associated construction legal matters.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Gain a deeper understanding of the Construction Contracts Act
- Learn about the different payment schedule options provided by the Construction Contracts Act, and how to choose the best one for each situation
- Understand what options you have for dealing with non-payment
- Discover how to correctly apply your knowledge to managing construction contracts
- Understand up-to-date revisions of acts and laws and how these changes affect your business processes
- Avoid costly mistakes from not understanding the Construction Act
- Understand the Adjudication process
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