Construction specialists discuss collateral warranties

The topic of collateral warranties in construction projects is to be examined at an upcoming online event.

The webinar will cover various issues relating to collateral warranties including an explanation as to their purpose, a reminder of the key provisions and an update on the Court’s approach in dealing with claims that arise under them.

The event, hosted by Alex Rayner, Head of Construction & Engineering at Sintons, will provide an introduction to collateral warranties as well as being a useful refresher for anyone who deals with them in a construction or property context.

Organised by Sintons in conjunction with Constructing Excellence in the North East, the webinar will be held on Tuesday, October 6.

The webinar is the latest in a series of a highly successful online events organised by Sintons, enabling its lawyers and specialist guest speakers to share their expertise with attendees despite the ongoing restrictions posed by COVID-19.

Alex Rayner said: “We are delighted events such as these are able to proceed despite the ongoing challenges posed by COVID-19. Whereas ordinarily we would welcome attendees in person, over the past few months our webinars have been shown to be highly successful, attracting attendees from across the country.

“Through our events, we aim to tackle a range of topics pertinent to those working in construction and explain and update on these as necessary. Collateral warranties is a topic relevant to many working in construction and property and we look forward to sharing our knowledge and expertise in this field.”

* Collateral Warranties will be held on Tuesday, October 6, from 12.30 to 1.30. It will be an online event and registration is required. To sign up, please contact Peter Jennings on or 0191 226 7907.

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