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Construction Law by Julian Bailey provides a detailed treatment to the major issues arising out of construction and engineering projects, with extensive references to case law, statutes and regulations, standard forms of contract and legal commentary. It is a one stop shop for busy practitioners with construction law issues as it presents a comprehensive view of the subject matter of construction law in England, Wales, Australia and internationally.
Construction Law Provides:
- Detailed treatment of the major issues arising out of construction and engineering projects, with extensive references to case law, statutes and regulations, standard forms of contract and legal commentary.
- A three-volume work, giving a comprehensive view of the subject matter of construction law in England, Wales, Australia and internationally.
- A one stop shop for all your construction law issues.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1: The Legal and Commercial Frameworks
Chapter 2: Contract Formation
Chapter 3: Contract Terms
Chapter 4: Procurement
Chapter 5: Contract Administration
Chapter 6: Price and Payment
Chapter 7: Variations
Chapter 8: The Site
Chapter 9: Breach of Contract and Termination
Chapter 10: Negligence
Chapter 11: Time
Chapter 12: Security for Performance
Chapter 13: Damages
Chapter 14: Defects
Chapter 15: Consultants
Chapter 16: Intellectual Property
Chapter 17: Insurance
Chapter 18: Statutory Regulation of Work
Chapter 19: Home Building Contracts
Chapter 20: Subcontracts, Assignment, Novation, Waiver, Election and Estoppel
Chapter 21: Employment, Health and Safety
Chapter 22: Bankruptcy and Insolvency
Chapter 23: Dispute Resolution
Chapter 24: Statutory Adjudication
Chapter 25: Arbitration
Chapter 26: Litigation
Julian Bailey is a solicitor in the construction team at CMS Cameron McKenna's London office. Julian has specialised in contentious construction and engineering law since 1998. His core area of work is the resolution of building, engineering and technology disputes, including High Court litigation, international and domestic arbitrations, and adjudication and expert determination.
Originally from Australia, he has practised construction law in his home country and England for more than a decade. Julian has also twice won the Society of Construction Law's Hudson Prize.
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