Construction Litigation: Representing the Owner
Robert Fairchild Cushman, Robert Frank Cushman, Kenneth M. Cushman
Wiley, 1984 - Buildings - 381 pages
This second edition of the text offers information needed to take aggressive stands in disputes between your client and those who may bring suit against him. The authors explain the multitude of actions that may be brought against your client and show you how to overcome defense counsel.
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