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Construction Insolvency
Construction Insolvency
6th Edition
Practice Area:  Construction Law, Insolvency
ISBN:  9780414062917
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  21 Apr 2017
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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  • Explains the key concepts of insolvency and construction law
  • Sets the principles within the complicated contractual relationships of the construction industry
  • Includes detailed analysis of technical areas such as assignment, novation, trust, set-off, bonds and guarantee
  • Explores the interface with other areas of law, such as equity, property, disputes, and directors' liability
  • Discusses how insolvency commonly arises in the construction industry
  • Considers formal and informal insolvency - and deals with insolvency claims
  • Looks at adjudication, and the relationship between adjudication and insolvency enforcement procedures
  • Discusses the growing use of security devices as protection against insolvency
  • Covers directors and employees involved in construction insolvencies
  • Uses in-depth case studies to illustrate the everyday practice of insolvency
  • Draws on cases from the UK, Ireland, south-east Asia, and Australasia to highlight the problems that arise in practice
  • Gives practical guidance for solving specific problems
REVIEWS
"...given that the rate of construction insolvency is at its highest for five years and the public demise of construction giants like Carillion, this book should be considered as essential for any lawyer working in or advising on construction." From a review by Bill Barton for the International Bar Association.
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