Building Law Encyclopaedia

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Wiley, Nov 9, 2009 - Law - 592 pages
Building Law Encyclopaedia is a concise and authoritative reference, providing information in reasonable depth on an extensive number of legal terms, principles, phrases and issues that are commonly encountered in the construction industry. Most standard contracts are referred to, including the current suite of JCT Contracts, SBC, IC, ICD, MW, MWD, as well as ACA, PPC 2000, GC/Works/1 and NEC. In addition, some contracts which are theoretically out of date, but which are still in common use, are also covered.

With over 1050 entries and numerous cross references, it will be an invaluable reference for architects, quantity surveyors, project managers and contractors. With detailed reference to appropriate case law and legislation, construction lawyers will also find it of considerable value in the course of their work.

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A useful encyclopaedia on building law. Like many law books though, it is expensive. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Dr David Chappel is an architect and building contracts consultant, Michael Cowlin is a barrister and commercial contracts specialist and Michael Dunn is a consultant with Rex Procter & Partners, Construction Consultants.

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