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The Courtesy Trap – FIDIC’s Sub-Clause 20.5 – Amicable Settlement and Emirates Trading

Written by Andrew Tweeddale | 11/08/2016

In this article Corbett & Co Director Andrew Tweeddale addresses whether sub-clause 20.5 is a condition precedent to the commencement of an arbitration or whether it is an obligation, the breach of which will not affect the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal to resolve the dispute.

Click here to read the full article originally published in The International Construction Law Review in 2016.

FIDIC CLAUSE NO: Sub-clause 20.5, clause 67.2, sub-clause 20.1, sub-clause 2.5, sub-clause 3.5, sub-clause 20.4
Andrew Tweeddale

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Andrew Tweeddale

Email: andrew.tweeddale@corbett.co.uk

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