Are you in the construction industry and looking for a lawyer to handle your building contract and construction contract disputes?
KHENG HOE ADVOCATES
Having been called to the Bar since 1998, and handling construction disputes since 2002, Kheng Hoe's clients...
Do you face any of the following frustrations?
Whether as arbitrator or counsel, Kheng Hoe has been involved with all forms of arbitrations both in Malaysia and regionally.
One of the fastest approach to resolving payment issues in the construction industry, it is no wonder that adjudication forms a substantial part of our work.
Kheng Hoe makes regular appearances in the construction court and is no stranger to substantial disputes.
Kheng Hoe is a trainer for mediation, in addition to being a mediator himself. A settlement reached, is a relationship earned, and may well translate to future profits.
- Can a winding-up petition be used to claim for an adjudicated sum without an enforcement order?Adjudication under CIPAA encompasses the concept of “pay now, argue later”. Consequently, the entire process if oftentimes seen to be favorable to the unpaid party. For example, a […]
- Can a payment certificate be revised?Contractors rely on interim payment certificates to provide the essential cash-flow for their projects. A contract would ordinarily stipulate the interval in which progress claims are made, […]
- The danger of under-pricing quantitiesSometimes, in an attempt to procure a contract, contractors under-price certain items in the Tender BQ. This could have been done perhaps because the contractor estimated that the said items would be […]
- Should payment be made for materials off-site?Usually, progress payments would provide for works carried out and materials on-site. But what if the materials are already manufactured but have not been transported on-site? Should payments be made […]