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ACIF Update Report April 2020

ACIF Update Report April 2020  - copyright to ACIF.  Do not distribute or forward


Draft Building & Construction Industry Security of Payment (Review Recommendations) Amendment Bill 2020 (SA) (February 2020)

A copy of the draft 2020 bill and the Society's submission are available below.

Regulation of Building Standards, Building Quality and Building Disputes - NSW Legislative inquiry (July 2019)

The Society's submission is available below.

The First Report (Report No. 4) dated November 2019 can be found here.

Mine Modification Works in Australia Achieving Value for Money

A  Let's Connect submission by Keith Keown.

Decennial Liability and Decennial Liability Insurance: The only road to the promised land for the New South Wales building crisis

A Let's Connect submission by Marc Sukkar.

'Out-of-pocket' security, out of control?

A highly commended paper in the Brooking Prize 2019 by Tina Funge.

Now published at [2020] International Construction Law Review 4.

Contractors, Owners and Banks: relationships built on trust and security?

A highly commended paper in the 2019 Brooking Prize by Daniel Morris.

Is it ever appropriate to employ a prospective delay analysis for a time distant event, in a dispute context?

A Commended Paper in The Brooking Student Prize 2019 by Catherine Williams.

Protecting David from Goliath: Why Harmonising Australian Security of Payment Laws is not in Queensland's Best Interests

Winner of the 2019 Student Brooking Prize by Jane Evelyn.

The early resolution of construction disputes – has the High Court changed the game?

A highly commended paper in the Brooking Prize 2019 by William Marshall.

Now published at [2020] International Construction Law Review 43.