Date: 24 - 25 August 2022 (Wednesday & Thursday)
Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Venue: International Engineering Centre
Speaker: Sr. Jaspal Singh
CPD Hours: 16
Ref. No.: IEM22/SWAK/148/S (w)
The certificate of non-completion gives formal written notice to the contractor that they have failed to complete the works described in the contract by the completion date that was last agreed. Nevertheless, the Contract Administrator must give due consideration to any applications for extension of time before issuing a certificate of non-completion.
Despite the straight forward approach, non-completion are contentious areas in most construction contracts which can produce a whole range of disputes. This production of disputes is due to the serious consequences flowing from the issuance of non-completion of work to parties.
Flowing from the issuance of non-completion certificate is the deduction of liquidated damages or better known as LAD. Practitioners in the construction industry are expected to know all the necessary details in the actual implementation of non-completion and deduction of liquidated damages to ensure that their rights and liabilities are always taken care of.
With the above in mind, this talk is aimed to provide an overview and examine the principle, procedural and liability aspects of non-completion and liquidated damages in the local construction industry. Furthermore, it is intended that the participants/ practitioners will be able to better understand, adopt best practices and appreciate the contract administrator duties and obligation under a construction contract pursuant to this topic.
The principle topic and ambit of this course will be: -
- Introduction & Definition to Non-Completion & Liquidated Damages
- Factors & Prevailing Practice in Deciding Non-Completion and imposing Liquidated Damages
- Application & Certification Procedures in Non-Completion and Liquidated Damages
- The Malaysian legal position on Liquidated Damage and practice in local construction industry
- Non-Completion and Liquidated Damages provisions and procedures in PWD 203 1/2010 and PAM 2006/ 2018 Standard Form of Contract
- Miscellaneous issues and a question and answer session on the topic
IEM MEMBER: RM 900.00
NON-IEM MEMBER: RM 1,000.00
All payables shall be made to:
Bank: Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia
Account Name: The Institution of Engineers Malaysia
Account No.: 420-1-5651-8528
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