Architect's Legal Handbook: The Law for Architects
Anthony Speaight, Gregory Stone (MA.)
Routledge, 2004 - Law - 435 pages
The Architect's Legal Handbook is the established leading textbook on law for architectural students and most widely used reference on the law for architects in practice.
This eighth edition includes all the latest developments in the law that effect an architect's work. A key addition is a greatly expanded section on adjudication - a topic that has become hugely important in the last few years. The book also builds on the comprehensive coverage of all UK law, with editors for Scotland and Northern Ireland expanding their sections.
*The most important legal book for student and professional architects.
*Newly expanded chapter on Adjudication, reflecting recent developments.
*Comprehensive update of all topics provide the reader with an essential reference.
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