This topic is for all questions raised on our webinar " Default, Repudiation, Insolvency and Termination Under JCT D&B" If you haven’t already attended you can book here Webinar - Default, Repudiation, Insolvency and Termination Under JCT D | Built Intelligence
What’s it about?
The aim of this webinar is to provide an overview of the processes for default, repudiation, insolvency or termination, under the JCT Design and Build Contract.
You will learn
By the end of this webinar you will be able to:
- Define both repudiation and termination in the context of DB16
- Identify the consequences of insolvency of the contractor under DB16, and
- Understand the process of termination by the employer and the consequences.
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What’s the difference between terminating a contract and terminating employment under a contract?
What’s the difference between termination and determination? @stevencevans @steven.evans13
Terminating employment under the contract is a contractual procedure where only one part of the obligation is ended (the contractor’s obligation to do the work) and the payment procedure will be replaced with a different procedure depending on who’s at fault. The contract remains in force.
Termination of the contract is at common law where a repudiatory breach by one party is accepted by the other bringing the entire contract to an end (save for some accrued rights)
In the context of JCT contracts it is just terminology presumably to differentiate a determination under the contract from a termination at common law.