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|Construction Law presents a straightforward overview of the whole field of law relevant to construction, thoughtfully and comprehensively explained in a clear, concise tone that is suitable for both the student and professional reader.|
Guides the reader through the complex world of construction contracts, claims, disputes and their resolution.
Covers all aspects of law relating to the setting up and carrying out of construction projects, including private and public law, and domestic and international law.
Extensive quotations from statutes, leading cases, and the standard forms of contract.
Coverage of different forms of procurement using FIDIC, NEC, JCT and ICC forms.
Includes a Glossary of Legal Terms.
Professor John Uff CBE QC draws on his wide experience of the construction industry as a practicing QC, arbitrator, academic and member of influential bodies within the industry, to provide an essential text for students, lawyers, and those working in the construction industry.
Chapter 1 – Construction Law and The Legal System
Chapter 2 – Dispute Resolution—Litigation, Adjudication and ADR
Chapter 3 – Dispute Resolution—Arbitration
Chapter 4 – Parties and Status
Chapter 5 – The Law of Obligations
Chapter 6 – Contract—General Principles
Chapter 7 – Special Contracts
Chapter 8 – Documents
Chapter 9 – Construction Contracts
Chapter 10 – Vicarious Performance and Insolvency
Chapter 11 – Standard Forms of Contract
Chapter 12 – The Standard Building Contract
Chapter 13 – FIDIC (International) Conditions Silver Book
Chapter 14 – Engineering and Construction Contract (NEC) Target Cost Option
Chapter 15 – Infrastructure Conditions of Contract 2014
Chapter 16 – Law of Tort
Chapter 17 – Land, Planning and Environment Law
Chapter 18 – Construction Statutes and Safety
Glossary of Legal Terms