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Construction and Engineering Precedents

Construction and Engineering Precedents
Number of volumes: 2
Practice Area:  Construction Law
ISBN:  9780414094543
Author: Francis Ho
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Format:  Looseleaf, eBook - ProView
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The ultimate drafting tool for all sectors of the engineering and construction industry, Construction and Engineering Precedents:

  • Contains a comprehensive collection of amendments and drafting alternatives to all the standard construction and civil engineering contracts, both domestic and international
  • Includes an extensive range of support precedents to cover every stage of a building or civil engineering project
  • Provides expert guidance and drafting advice, with a clause-by-clause analysis and legal commentary
  • Covers every stage of a building or civil engineering project, including PFI and FIDIC contracts, consultancy agreements and collateral warranties, project management, performance guarantees and bonds
  • Helps you to draft agreements that meet the requirements of all parties
Latest updates:
  • Updates in Chapter 9 how the Courts, and the TCC, in particular are adapting to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Comments on the MillChris Developments case in chapter 5 about the effect of COVID-19 on adjudication
  • Looks in chapter 1 at the latest caselaw on delay damages
  • Provides further guidance in Chapter 9, about the ways in which the courts are approaching the assessment of witness evidence
  • Adds a further 11 cases to Chapter 10 about the duties owed by experts to the Courts and those instructing them
  • Chapter 10 also updates the latest information from the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority about solicitor’s duties as well
  • Considers the latest arbitration caselaw in Chapter 11, including about anti-suit injunctions and apparent bias
  • Continues to provide regular updates on the latest adjudication and adjudication enforcement caselaw
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