Understanding the New FIDIC Red Book: A Clause-by-clause Commentary

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2006 - Engineering contracts - 434 pages
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Provides clause-by-clause commentary on the FIDIC Red Book, the widely used international construction contract. Explaining the effect and operation of each clause, this title helps users of the FIDIC Red Book contract to interpret the clauses correctly. It also discusses problems frequently encountered in practice in relation to various clauses.
 

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Contents

CLAIMS DISPUTES AND ARBITRATION
20
THE EMPLOYER
37
THE ENGINEER
55
THE CONTRACTOR
71
Payment 20082
82
NOMINATED SUBCONTRACTORS
137
PLANT MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP
167
COMMENCEMENT DELAYS AND SUSPENSION
183
VARIATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS
263
CONTRACT PRICE AND PAYMENT
279
TERMINATION BY EMPLOYER
311
SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION
325
RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY
335
INSURANCE
351
FORCE MAJEURE
361
Default of the Member 20091
375

Termination 20088
218
TESTS ON COMPETITION
221
DEFECTS LIABILITY
239
MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION
255
Annex Procedural Rules
409
Index
425
Copyright

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Kathy A. Zahler is a widely published textbook writer and the author of "McGraw-Hill's Conquering GRE Verbal" and "McGraw-Hill's MAT: Miller Analogies Test". She is also the author of the bestselling "Test Your Cultural Literacy".

Christopher Thomas is a professor of math at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. He is the author of "Calculus Success in 20 minutes a Day" and "Trigonometry Success in 20 Minutes a Day". Thomas has been teaching a math for liberal arts course for the past three years.

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