Galbraith's Building and Land Management Law for Students
Anne Galbraith, Michael Stockdale, Steve Wilson, Rebecca Mitchell, Russell Hewitson, Simon Spurgeon, Mick Woodley, Alan Davenport
Routledge, Jun 17, 2013 - Architecture - 432 pages
All students of 'built environment' subjects need to have a core understanding of the key areas of the law that affect the industry. This book allows them to learn these issues in a clear-cut and realistic approach giving them knowledge and a secure grasp of how the rules and regulations work in practice.
As Anne Galbraith wrote in the third edition, 'Legal advice given in good time may prove to be very cost effective in the long term' - this book will teach its readers, whether students or professionals, when to seek this advice.
The fifth edition has been fully updated to include all the changes within the law since 1998, including the amendments to the Health and Safety Acts and the introduction of new EU laws, and changes to the building regulations.
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3 Settlement of disputes
4 Central and local government
5 Business organizations
6 The law of contract
7 Special contracts
8 Special contracts building contracts
10 The law of tort
11 Health and safety
12 Land law
13 Landlord and tenant
14 Planning law
16 Building Regulations
9 Employment law
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