FIDIC: Suspension and termination under the Red, Yellow and Silver Books

This note considers suspension and termination by either the Employer or the Contractor under the 1999 FIDIC Red, Yellow and Silver Books, which are commonly used on international construction and engineering projects.

Practical Law Construction (based on a note on Employer termination under Red and Yellow Books originally contributed by Rebecca Saunders, then at Fenwick Elliott LLP)


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