Archive for May 2014 | Monthly archive page

Bank guarantees not to be used for unliquidated demands, e.g. Damages

Earlier this year, Martin J, in the case of Beyfield Pty Ltd v Northbuild Construction Sunshine Coast Pty Ltd [2014] QSC 12 held that the builder could not call on bank guarantees for its claims for damages against sub contractor for alleged trespass, breach of sub contract, negligent or intentional damage, despite a widely drafted […]

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