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cdm regulations 2015

CDM Regulations 2015 – Are You Protected?

CDM Regulations 2015 – What they mean to Service Providers. You may or may not be aware of the fact that you in offering your skill or service to a customer are automatically classed as a Service Provider. The fact that the customer is paying you for your service defines you in this category. There are certain rules and regulations that you have to legally have in place to ensure you are operating within the law. They are: The Service Providers Regulations: and [...]

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Service Provider? You need us

Service Provider? You need us more than we need you…

Part 2 of a 2 part Blog. As we discussed in part 1 we have a system in place that will provide you with all the documentation you require. There is a charge for these documents. In addition to this we will enter you onto our Service Provider data base. This data base is operated by our sister company The United Kingdom Federation of Builders. [UKFB]. This company is also trademarked and this allows you to offer your services as fully [...]

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Builders are service providers and service providers must abide by the law

Service Provider? You could be breaking the law…

Are you a Service Provider? A Builder? A Trade? You could be breaking the law. This blog is specifically for tradesmen and women operating in the domestic service industry. Builders. Every person operating a service for payment needs to read this blog; this is for your own protection. What you are about to read should shock you. 94 percent of you are acting in an illegal manner by operating the way you do at this time. The first thing you have to be [...]

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‘Not my fault so why should I have to pay?’ Net Contribution Clauses.

See on Scoop.it – Beat The Cowboy Builder Sarah E Philips, solicitor with Thomas Eggar LLP, mulls the virtues of net contribution clauses. In the recent case of West & West v Ian Finlay & Associates [2013] EWHC 868 (TCC) the judge considered the validity of a net contribution clause in the professional appointment of Finlay & Associates (F&A). This related to building works that Mr and Mrs West had carried out on their home. Net contribution clauses aim to ensure that [...]

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