A classic construction law text, Keating on Building Contracts is an authoritative and practical analysis of the law relating to building contracts. Renowned for an accessible, user-friendly style, it covers all relevant legislation and case law, EC law, and the JCT Forms of Contracts and ICE Conditions of Contract. Significantly updated since the last edition, this new edition includes: * Thorough coverage of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, focusing particularly on adjudication * In-depth examination of the Arbitration Act 1996 * A comprehensive look at CPR * Detailed study of important negligence cases, especially Henderson v. Merrett
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For the construction specialist it is quite simply indispensable....it has been a long time since I have not have my copy of Keating almost permanently by my side during working hours... the seventh edition of Keating is the latest in a proud tradition and is thoroughly to be commended.It is a real boon to have so much valuable information available in a single tome.Its authority is undiminished as a major text-book on contract and negligence, as they affect the construction industry. There are few readers of this journal who will legitmately be able to refrain from purchasing the new edition. Most reader will derive great benefit from it.If there is such a thing as a building contract bible, this is it...This is a very authoritative piece of work. Estates Gazette (of the 6th edition).
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