Private Bill proposes to end cash retentions

A Private Member’s Bill proposing to abolish cash retentions within construction contracts has had its first reading in the House of Lords. Lawyers suggest outlawing retentions is not the answer and the Bill is unlikely to make it through Parliament.

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