Contractual Procedures in the Construction Industry

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Longman, 2001 - Construction contracts - 421 pages
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Contractual Procedures in the Construction Industry, now in its fourth edition, has been revised and updated to take account of recent reports and legislation. The different forms of contract are listed, with the main forms being considered in greater detail. Reference is made to Latham and Egan reports, and coverage of procurement in the twenty-first century, lean construction, and design and build have been added. The cases of interest have been expanded and more charts and reference systems have been used to simplify the coverage of forms.The book is divided into six sections: Contract Law, Procurement, Processes and Parties, Standard Form of Building Contract, Subcontract Conditions, and Other Contract Conditions. This latter section includes a brief commentary on the minor works and intermediate forms of contract. In addition the book also includes the descriptions of a number of legal cases of interest and a list of statutes that are applicable to the construction industry.Contractual Procedures in the Construction Industry provides a sound basis for anyone seeking an understanding of the principles involved in contractual and procurement arrangements in the construction indu

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