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01 : Construction Contracts (Security of Payments) Act 2004 Northern Territory
Text Construction Constracts Act 2004 Northern Territory Australia
by Legislature Northern Territory

02 : Construction Contracts (Security of Payments) Regulations 2005
Text : Northern Territory of Australia
by Northern Territory Legislature

Alcan Gove Development Pty Ltd v Thiess P/L [2008] Adj.L.R. 03/20
Original construction agreement – subsequent agreement adding extras – same parties – whether variation of original agreement or new agreement – when contract made – intention. Supreme Court Northern Territory. 10th March 2008.
by Angel J.

Boutique Venues P/L v JACG P/L [2007] Adj.L.R. 02/05
CORPORATIONS LAW – Corporations Act (Cth) - construction contract – Construction Contracts (Security of Payments) Act 2004 (NT) - payment dispute - application to set aside creditor’s statutory demand – payment of progress claims – failure to issue progress certificates – whether genuine dispute and offsetting claim established – amount of statutory demand varied. Supreme Court Northern Territory. 5th February 2007.
by Southwood J.

Gaymark Investments v Walter Construction Group (1999) Adj.L.R. 12/20
Whether in absence of application for an EOT - a contractor is liable for LADS where employer has prevented the contractor from completing on time. Appeal - commercial arbitration act - cross-appeals - applications for leave to appeal - decision of arbitrator. Supreme Court. Northern Territory. 20th December 1999.
by Bailey J.

Independent Fire Sprinklers (NT) P/L v Sunbuild P/L [2008] Adj.L.R. 11/14
Construction contract – adjudicator’s determination – subsequent judgment – whether judgment should be stayed or set aside – whether adjudicator has jurisdiction to determine whether the application was served within time – whether determination void – whether other relief available to the plaintiff – Construction Contract (Security of Payment Act (NT) – summons dismissed with costs. 14th November 2008
by Mildren J.

Trans Australian Constructions P/L v Nilsen (SA) P/L & Ford, Cameron [2008] Adj.L.R. 10/15
Construction Contracts (Security of Payments) Act (NT) – whether the appointed adjudicator made his determination in accordance with the requirements of the adjudication process fixed by the Act – whether adjudicator failed to determine issue raised – whether a valid “payment claim” existed under the contract and within the meaning of the Act to give rise to a “payment dispute” – claims dismissed. 15th October 2008
by Southwood J.

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