Collateral warranties – What do they do and when are they required?

The parties directly involved in a construction project will usually enter into written contracts detailing the duties and obligations each has to the other. For example, building contracts are entered into between developers and contractors, appointments between developers or contractors and consultants and sub-contracts between contractors and sub-contractors.

However there will almost always be other third parties who have an interest in the project but are not a party to these contracts such as funders, end purchasers or tenants.     Click here to read full article.

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