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CONCURRENT DELAY REVISITED John Marrin QC

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Meaning of Concurrent Delay 2

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Example Period: January to December 2011 Period: January to December 2011 Overrun: January 2012 Overrun: January 2012 Contractors remedial workContractors remedial work VariationsVariations 3

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JCT Standard Form Cl. 2.32:Liquidated damages Cl. 2.32:Liquidated damages Cl. 2.28: Extension of time Cl. 2.28: Extension of time Cl. 4.23: Prolongation costs Cl. 4.23: Prolongation costs 4

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Preliminary Considerations 5

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Prevention Principle (1) Extension of time machinery Extension of time machinery Express contrary intent Express contrary intent 6

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Prevention Principle (2) Notice points and the Gaymark case Notice points and the Gaymark case Jerram Falkus Jerram Falkus 7

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The Jerram Falkus Case 1)The Adyard Case 2)SMK Cabinets 3)Peak v McKinney 8

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The Obverse Problem Inconsistent monetary cross- claims Inconsistent monetary cross- claims Relationship between time and money claims Relationship between time and money claims 9

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But-for Causation Employers defence Employers defence Necessary but not sufficient Necessary but not sufficient Relaxation Relaxation 10

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Apportionment (1) The laymans first reaction The laymans first reaction The City Inn case The City Inn case Tennant Radiant Heat Tennant Radiant Heat 11

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Apportionment (2) Basis for apportionment: Basis for apportionment: Fair and reasonableFair and reasonable Causative significance/culpabilityCausative significance/culpability EqualityEquality Prevention Principle Prevention Principle 12

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Dominant Cause (1) Rationale Rationale Fairweather Fairweather City Inn City Inn 13

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Dominant Cause (2) Practical difficulty Practical difficulty But-for test But-for test Prevention principle Prevention principle 14

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Malmaison Approach (1) The Malmaison case The Malmaison case Subsequent approval Subsequent approval 15

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Malmaison Approach (2) Prevention principle Prevention principle The But-for test The But-for test The obverse problem The obverse problem 16

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Prolongation Costs (i)Dominant cause (ii)Apportionment (iii) Contractors claim fails 17

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Conclusion 18

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