Construction law blog of CERHA HEMPEL
This is the blog of the Construction Team dealing with construction matters and disputes in Cerha Hempel Dezső and Partners. Our colleagues regularly publish on civil and construction law issues of great interest, which are recurring significant problems for businesses in the construction industry. The materials published here do not constitute legal advices, we can only give them in individual cases. However, our easily understandable analyses can still help you manage risks effectively: avoid avoidable litigation, and prepare for unavoidable lawsuits.
This article is a summary of the figures published by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office on the performance of the construction industry in January 2021.
This article highlights figures reported by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, indicating that the output of the construction industry
This article highlights the Hungarian Central Statistical Office’s analyses concerning the state of the construction industry.
Differences between the Civil Code and the Construction Decree as it was in effect until 1 January 2020.
This analysis is part of a series of three articles that examine certain issues associated with the legal interpretation of extra and additional work. The first article describes how extra and additional work can be distinguished.
Government Decree No. 312/2012 on Construction Procedures, Inspections and Services has been modified once again.
Energy efficiency certification – six-month grace period for near-zero-energy buildings and fewer buildings subject to certification
Buildings will only have to meet near-zero-energy requirements if they are occupied after 30 June 2021, instead of 1 January 2021. The list of buildings and building sections where an energy performance certificate is needed will be shortened.
The pandemic has caused international and local border closures, halted production and created delivery disruptions. Such impediments materially have increased the cost and time requirements of the performance of contracts, and sometimes even rendered performance impossible altogether.
Dr. András Fenyőházi
Dr. Ilona Rónay-Csordás, LL.M.
Dr. Wilhelm Stettner
Dr. Bence Rajkai
Dr. Zsanett Szabó