Building Contract Dictionary. 3rd Edition

  • ID: 2176365
  • Book
  • 448 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A succinct but authoritative reference to the terms encountered in and associated with building contracts. The new thoroughly updated edition incorporates changes in the law since the 1990 revision, the new editions of standard forms of contract now including NSC/C, NSC/W, DOM/1, DOM/2 and the Engineering and Construction Contract. Reference is also made to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999, the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and its associated adjudication and notice provisions.
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A – Z alphabetical listing of terms; Table of cases
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"When starting t read law as an undergraduate, the first law book I bought wasWharton′s Law Lexicon, a book I still have and use. On appointment as an Official Referee, I bought the Penguin dictionaries ofBuilding, Civil Engineering Architecture andElectronics. If I had known that this book was then in existence in its first edition, I would have bought that also. It would have been an enormous help to me"

Judge Peter Bowsher QC

Presented in a non–legal and highly–readable style, this book is a desirable addition to the specialist library and the professional office and as a useful reference book is directed to architects, surveyors and construction professionals in general together with contractors and their staff.

Construction Manager

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