Contract law is a key part of the construction industry, and takes up a significant part of any degree course in building or construction. A wide range of practitioner's tomes currently exist but there is a distinct lack of student texts that explain the essentials in a concise and accessible manner. The purpose of this book is to bridge this gap between undergraduates and practitioners and provide a helpful guide to the essentials of construction contract law including: how the law has developed, the reasoning behind the key contract clauses, and how contract law is applied in practice.
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JOHN ADRIAANSE is Senior Lecturer in Construction Law at South Bank University,London. His academic specialisms include the law relating to the construction industry and standard forms of contract, and international and comparative construction contract law. He also acts as a consultant in site investigation claims.Review:
'Well written, comprehensive and informative. Sets out important construction law concepts in a manageable way and gives meaningful insights into complex case law which aids understanding for both students and construction professionals.' - Steve Donohoe, Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Design and Environment at the University of Plymouth, UK.
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Book Description Palgrave, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: VERY GOOD. 2005. Palgrave. First. Softback. Book- VG. 9x6. 362pp. Bookseller Inventory # 1886949
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