The strategic and financial ramifications of entering into a commercial lease can shape the risk profile of your clients’ businesses. The inclusion or exclusion of warranties and obligations may substantially impact the clarity of risk allocation within a lease agreement. In order to provide your clients with robust advice, it is critical to understand the difference between warranties and obligations – and the liabilities, responsibilities and remedies associated with each.
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Stephen is a highly-regarded construction disputes lawyer, at MinterEllisonRuddWatts’ New Zealand Construction Division. His expertise is in resolving large scale construction contract disputes particularly regarding claims for variations, delays/disruption, and the like, as well as defective works claims. Stephen is very experienced in bringing and defending adjudications under the Construction Contracts Act 2002. He has previously lectured on construction law for the AUT University’s Masters of Construction Management degree and the AUT University Law School’s Masters of Law degree. Stephen also lectures on construction law at the University of Auckland’s Law School.
Janine is a specialist construction, property and projects lawyer who acts on the full spectrum of construction projects and property disputes. She is known for her pragmatic approach, adopting either litigation and/or dispute resolution to achieve a commercially effective outcome for her clients.Janine developed the syllabus for, and is the lead lecturer in, the first construction law elective paper at Auckland University (which started in 2018) and developed the postgraduate construction legal course at the University of Auckland Faculty of Engineering.