Dispute Resolution


Dispute Resolution

Lia­bi­li­ty claims and other claims in the con­struc­tion indus­try are often the result of ina­de­qua­te pre­pa­ra­ti­on. They often ari­se from vague con­trac­tu­al terms or unclear scopes of work. The lat­ter issue is usual­ly sol­ved by a step-by-step, detail­ed defi­ni­ti­on of the scope of work. Howe­ver, a detail­ed dis­cus­sion of the key con­struc­tion con­tracts does often not begin until befo­re the ten­de­ring pro­ce­du­re. Yet steps to avoid lia­bi­li­ty claims and other claims have to be taken alrea­dy when pre­pa­ring the ten­der documents.

Role of ILF

ILF sup­ports cli­ents during all pha­ses of a pro­ject, covering the ent­i­re peri­od from con­tract design, con­tract and claim manage­ment, to con­tract completion.

Benefits to Clients

Invol­ving ILF ear­ly on will help cli­ents to avoid unne­cessa­ry dis­pu­tes and will allow them to focus on essen­ti­al con­struc­tion tar­gets. Uti­li­zing ILF’s expe­ri­ence in pro­ject manage­ment will enab­le cli­ents to enfor­ce their rights and to recei­ve com­pen­sa­ti­on for pos­si­ble losses.

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