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Our big team include Architects,Structural Engineers
Party Wall Surveyors and Interior Designers.
Building and Maintenance Your Building Solution Our operation handles projects of all sizes for the public and private
sectors streamlining property maintenance and management.
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facility is available to both new and existing customers.
Offering competitive solutions for all services

We Provide Quality Services

We remain true to the same principles on which our company was founded over 15 years ago

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We undertake all aspects of building work and offer a 24 hour call out service.

We understand the importance of innovation and professionalism and work with the best people to achieve this.

Offering our services within M25 and a radius of 30 miles from Borehamwood

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We remain true to the same principles on which our company was founded over 15 years ago providing superior service to our clients, putting safety first,delivering exceptional work.

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    Things you should do:

    Explain why you wish to terminate: has an event listed in the contract that allows a party to terminate happened (e.g., a failure to proceed regularly or diligently; an insolvency event)? This would be contractual termination.

    Has there been a ‘material’ or ‘substantial’ breach, that is, a breach so serious that it would be unreasonable to expect the other party to continue with the contract? Or has a party shown an intention not to be bound by the contract (which is a repudiatory or anticipatory breach)? This is common law termination.

    Consider if you are entitled to terminate: bear in mind that some contractually defined events are more straightforward than others. Contrast an insolvency event, which is straightforward, with a failure to proceed regularly and diligently, which is not so straightforward.

    Has a contractor failed to proceed regularly and diligently when completion date is some time away and arguably the contractor in theory can still finish on time? If you wish to exercise common law termination, be sure that the breach is in fact ‘material’ or ‘substantial’. If not, you run the risk of putting yourself in repudiatory breach if you wrongfully terminate the contract. For that reason if there is doubt about whether or not a breach is repudiatory, the innocent party may consider exercising a contractual right to terminate instead.

    Consider what you wish to recover if you terminate: if termination is contractual, the contract will specify the categories of loss that can be recovered and, possibly, the limits on recovery. The remedies for common law termination are wider, and aim to put the innocent party in the position it would have been in had the contract been properly completed which, for a contractor, can extend to loss of profit.

    Understand that rights and obligations accrued prior to termination remain: if the contract was terminated before the contractual completion date, no liquidated damages would be owing, because they would not have accrued during the term of the contract: liquidated damages only start accruing when works are delayed past completion date. Sums due for work carried out under the contract prior to termination remain due, and they are calculated in accordance with the pricing mechanism under the contract.

    Elect whether you wish to continue with the relationship: if a repudiatory breach has occurred, elect whether to accept the repudiation and terminate the relationship (and claim damages), or to affirm the contract and push for the work to be completed. If you are seeking damages there is a duty to mitigate, which means that you have to take reasonable steps to limit additional losses. Sometimes affirming the contract is the best tactic. If the contract is kept alive then sums due under the contract may give rise to a debt claim with no requirement to mitigate your loss.

    Follow the notice provisions under the contract strictly if you are exercising contractual termination: the contract will usually set out a procedure for termination, which typically involves a “tiered” approach. This means that as the party wishing to terminate the contract, you are required to give notice to the other party, assert that the party is in breach, specify the nature of the breach and cite the correct contractual termination clause, and give the party in breach a chance to rectify the breach within a specified period.