Legal and Contractual Procedures for Architects
A practical guide which provides a route map through the legal and contractual maze of everyday architectural practice. Clear flow-charts, checklists, guides to action and sample documents enable the reader to find essential information at a glance.
Highly selective bibliographies list precise references for more detailed study.
This fifth edition has been comprehensively revised to deal with the recent changes in legislation and protocol and includes a new section on adjudication.
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28 days adjudicator agreed agreement amount appeal Appendix application appointed arbitration ARCHITECT IN PRACTICE Architect's Instruction authority bills of quantities breach Building Act 1984 Building Contract Caparo Industries plc CDM Regulations Certiﬁcate claim clause client Code comply Conditions Contract Bills contract documents Contract Sum contractor copy cost Council courts CRINGING decision DETACHED HOUSE determined dispute drawings duty employer employment extension fees HANDBOOK OF PRACTICE Hedley Byrne indemnity interim certificate issue JCT Standard Form Joint Contracts Tribunal LEGAL HANDBOOK LETSBY AVENUE limited Limited Liability Partnership liquidated damages Listed Buildings Main Contractor negligence nominated sub-contractor nominated suppliers notice notified obligations partners partnership person plaintiff planning permission Practical Completion procedure professional provisional sum quantity surveyor reasonable referred relevant responsible RIBA Royal Institute Schedule specific statutory Tender third party tort valuation variation warranties WILTS WYRE FOREST DISTRICT