Collateral warranties are probably contracts

Following Daniela McGowan's blog on Abbey Healthcare (Mill Hill) Ltd v Simply Construct (UK) LLP [2022] EWCA, Estates Gazette has recently published Stuart Pemble's thoughts on the case  and Coulson LJ's robust decision that most collateral warranties are likely to be construction contracts. Read his article here.  The article is behind a paywall but you can register for free to read two complimentary EG articles in full every week.

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