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Construction Law - From Beginner to Practitioner

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Zusatztext "?the text is clear! concise and purposeful?. The author's collection! examination and explanation of construction law in this publication is practical and project delivery-focused! without use of legalese! and so would be well worth a read for any Chartered Building Engineer."-Building Engineer! February 2017 Informationen zum Autor Jim Mason is Programme Leader on the Masters in International Construction Law in the Department of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of the West of England. Klappentext Starting from basic legal concepts, through to a more detailed analysis of the Construction Industry as a specialist client for legal services, this book is perfect for understanding the basics, but is also a reference that practitioners will use time and again. Zusammenfassung Starting from basic legal concepts, through to a more detailed analysis of the Construction Industry as a specialist client for legal services, this book is perfect for understanding the basics, but is also a reference that practitioners will use time and again. Inhaltsverzeichnis Section 1: The Background Law 1. Legal Systems 2. The Law of Contract 3. Aspects of Commercial Law 4. Aspects from the Law of Torts 5. Aspects of the Law of Property Section 2: The Processes of Construction Law 6. Parameters of Construction Industry Practice 7. Procurement 8. Tendering and Risk Management 9. Standard Forms of Contract and Sub-Contract Section 3: Construction Contract Law 10. Construction Contract Law 11. Other Aspects of Construction Contract Law 12. Construction Law in the Wider Sense 13. Causation, the Recoverability of Damages and Global Claims 14. Delay and Disruption 15. Loss and Expense Section 4: Dispute Resolution 16. Choices for Dispute Resolution and Features of Claim Preparation 17. Mediation and other forms of ADR 18. Litigation 19. Arbitration 20. Adjudication Section 5: New Directions in Construction Law 21. The Agenda for Change 22. Ethical Improvement and the Duty of Good Faith 23. Conclusions and Future Directions ...

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Authors Jim Mason, Jim (University of the West of England Mason
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd.
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 18.04.2016
 
EAN 9781138933323
ISBN 978-1-138-93332-3
No. of pages 378
Subjects Natural sciences, medicine, IT, technology > Technology > Structural and environmental engineering
Social sciences, law, business > Business > General, dictionaries

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