Contributed by: Michael Taylor and Joanna Trezise
Published on: May 15, 2020
A recent decision of the High Court, Electrix Limited v The Fletcher Construction Company Limited  NZHC 918, will be of interest to those in the construction industry.
The case addresses the relationship between two companies involved in construction of the new Justice Precinct in Christchurch. In particular, whether those companies successfully concluded a contract for the provision of electrical subcontracting work and, if not, how to calculate the amount payable for the work that was done.
Our key takeaways:
A more detailed analysis of the case by Michael Taylor and Joanna Trezise will appear in the next issue of BuildLaw, and is also available here.
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