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Getting Paid using the Construction Contracts Act

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The long awaited Construction Contracts Act 2013 has now been enacted into Irish Law.  It applies to all construction contracts entered into from 25 July 2016 onwards.  Despite a lot of industry and legal commentary being dedicated to the adjudication provisions of the Act, it is important to remember that the Act is fundamentally about payment and cash flow.

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