This article focuses on "good faith", a key obligation on the parties to a contract governed by UAE law, which may have direct implications on the assessment of the respective parties' performance of those obligations.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has heralded almost unprecedented levels of uncertainty in all industries. The construction industry is no different. Contracting parties are looking to their contracts to assess their rights - and potential obligations and liabilities – in the event of breach of contract.
COVID-19: termination, suspension and pacing of construction works as remedies in the United Arab Emirates
The impact caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the resulting government actions has been (and continue to be) tremendous on the economy and the construction sector in particular.
In the wake of COVID-19, the law firm explores what impact the pandemic will have on UAE projects.
The overarching obligation to act in good faith in contracts governed by UAE law - legal regime and practice
An engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract is an all-inclusive contract framework, which requires the contractor to complete an agreed scope of work by an agreed completion date, in return for an agreed lump-sum contract price.
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