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Viridis UK Ltd v Mulalley & Company Ltd [2014] EWHC 268 (TCC)

11th Feb 2014

Cited with approval in Ecovision Systems Ltd v. Vinci Construction UK Ltd [2015] 1 All ER (Comm) 1110 : [2015] BLR 373 : 159 Con LR 84.

Trial of the issue of whether a sub-contractor had carried out works under a single order or a series of orders and, therefore, whether the dispute referred to adjudication had arisen under a single sub-contract or under a series of sub-contracts.

(Instructed by Marsden Rawsthorn Solicitors, Chorley)

Related barrister: Serena Cheng

To read the full judgment please click here.

11 February 2014





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