This article was originally published by HKA in collaboration with Trilegal.
CRUX is HKA’s integrated research program which provides unprecedented insight into the common claim and dispute causation factors for engineering and construction projects on a sectoral and regional basis.
At present, the CRUX database encompasses more than 1,600 projects in 100 countries (including India) representing a total capital expenditure of more than US$2.13 trillion. An interactive dashboard has been developed which allows the user to search by region and sector.
This publication series focuses on the top claim and dispute causative factors, prevalent in the Indian project landscape.
Previously, we have discussed in Part I Change in Scope, Part II Access Issues, Part III Unforeseen Physical Conditions, Part IV Late Materials or Product Deliveries. In the remaining parts of the series, HKA together with renowned Indian law firms will present topics on design issues, poor subcontractor/supplier management, spurious claims, cashflow and payment issues, and contract management and/or administration failures.
This Part V of the ten-part series focuses on ‘Late Approvals’ as HKA’s CRUX Report identifies this to be a main cause of claims and disputes on projects and covers potential triggers for Late Approvals, guidance on how to manage these challenges and legal stance/position under Indian law.Download PDF to read more
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