Implications of Misrepresentation, Trade Practices & Fair Trading Acts in Contracting

Implications of Misrepresentation, Trade Practices & Fair Trading Acts in Contracting and Adjudication Process & Security of Payments Legislation

December 2010 Contract Management Course; University of Adelaide

If a contract has been procured by a misrepresentation by an owner, the innocent party may have a right to damages, either at common law or pursuant to statute.

Implications of Misrepresentation, Trade Practices & Fair Trading Acts in Contracting and Adjudication Process & Security of Payments Legislation

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