Friday, 22 October 2010

Enforcing liquidated damages: A shade of grey | Magazine Comment | Building

Enforcing liquidated damages: A shade of grey | Magazine Comment | Building: "Enforcing liquidated damages: A shade of grey"
New Zealand law is still firmly against liquidated damages, but I was referred this decision recently via Rashmi Dube-Spruce, who is an English mediator and construction solicitor. I suspect that the particular facts of this case may distinguish it in New Zealand but it may be worth citing. The case is at Azimut-Benetti Spa (Benetti Division) v Healey [2010] EWHC 2234 (Comm) (03 September 2010) 


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