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    Legal system

  1. 1.
  2. Contract formation

  3. 2.
  4. Choice of laws, seat, arbitrator and language

  5. 3.
  6. Implied terms

  7. 4.
  8. Certifiers

  9. 5.
  10. Competing causes of delay

  11. 6.
  12. Disruption

  13. 7.
  14. Acceleration

  15. 8.
  16. Force majeure and hardship

  17. 9.
  18. 10.
  19. Impossibility

  20. 11.
  21. Clauses that seek to pass risks to the contractor for matters it cannot foresee or control

  22. 12.
  23. Duty to warn

  24. 13.
  25. Good faith

  26. 14.
  27. Time bars

  28. 15.
  29. Suspension

  30. 16.
  31. Omissions and termination for convenience

  32. 17.
  33. Termination

  34. 18.
  35. 19.
  36. 20.
  37. Completion

  38. 21.
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  40. Liquidated damages and similar pre-agreed sums ('liquidated damages')

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  44. 26.
  45. Assessing damages and limitations and exclusions of liability

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  51. Liens

  52. 32.
  53. Subcontractors

  54. 33.
  55. 34.
  56. 35.
  57. Third parties

  58. 36.
  59. 37.
  60. Limitation and prescription periods

  61. 38.
  62. Other key laws

  63. 39.
  64. 40.
  65. Enforcement of binding (but not finally binding) dispute adjudication board (DAB) decisions

  66. 41.
  67. Courts and arbitral tribunals

  68. 42.
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  73. Expert witnesses

  74. 47.
  75. State entities

  76. 48.
  77. Settlement offers

  78. 49.
  79. Privilege

  80. 50.
  81. 51.
  82. Guarantees

  83. 52.
  84. 53.
  85. 54.
  86. On-demand bonds

  87. 55.
  88. 56.
  89. Further considerations

  90. 57.

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