Construction Law Handbook
Thomas Telford, 2007 - 982 lappuses
A legal reference on construction law that offers guidance for professionals and addresses the important construction law issues.
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Table of cases
Table of UK statutes and statutory instruments
Table of European legislation
Application of the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration
The international dimension
What is adjudication?
What contracts must provide a statutory right to adjudication?
The existence of a dispute
What provisions must be incorporated into a construction contract to comply with the HGCRA 1996?
Notice of intention to withold payment
Administration of claims
Legal basis of claims
Claims for extension of time
Claims for site conditions
Delay and disruption financial claims
Management of claims
Particular administrative claim issues
Directionscase management conference
Specific disclosure and inspection
Is it appropriate to make an offer of settlement?
Hearings interim applications
Time for complying with the judgment or order
Commencing an arbitration
The arbitration process
Preparation of factual evidence
Presentation of the case to the arbitrator
The arbitrators award
Particular powers of arbitrators
The statutory right to suspend performance for nonpayment
The scheme for construction contracts
The nature of disputes usually adjudicated
Who may be an adjudicator?
The appointment of the adjudicator
The adjudicators powers
Duties of the adjudicator
Duties of the parties
What is the position if only the referring party takes part in the adjudication?
The form and content of an adjudicators decision
Enforcement of the adjudicators decision
The adjudicators immunity
Does the Human Rights Act 1998 apply to adjudication?
Alternative dispute resolution
Dispute resolution panels
Early neutral evaluation
Staged dispute resolution provisions
Advantages and disadvantages of ADR
Selecting a mechanism for construction disputes
Limitation periods and time limits
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