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Baurecht-Taschenbuch (German Version)

  • ID: 2179427
  • Book
  • 376 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This building law handbook is a reference as well as a guide for special construction methods all in one. It explains all major legal stiuplations that accompany any construction method from planning and execution to client approval and final settlement.
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PART 1

The universality of the building law

Necessary basics

The full spectrum of knowledge

PART 2

Special construction methods and auxiliary structures ? an overview

Definitions for temporary/auxiliary structures and associated terms

The legal relevance of the terms

Approval, reimbursement, securities and liability for temporary/auxiliary structures and special construction methods

PART 3

I The right solution for construction disputes

II Successfull construction as the measure of all things

PART 4

I Common ground: the soil

II. Pipe drilling

III. Pipeline construction

IV. Microtunnelling

V. Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD)

VI. Tunelling

VII. Sewer construction

VIII. Landfill construction

IX. Demolishing and dismantling

X. Lowering ground water

XI. Sheet piling

XII. Jet grouting method

XIII. Deep soil stablization

XIV. Munitions clearance works

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Prof. Dr.–Ing. Conrad Boley: Professor at the faculty for geotechnics at the University of the Bundeswehr in Munich;

Prof. Dr. jur. Klaus Englert: Honorary professor for Building and Architectural Law at the Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences′ Faculty of Civil Engineering; specialized solicitor for building and architectural law;

Dr. jur. Bastian Fuchs, LL.M.: Lecturer for building and architectural law at the University of the Bundeswehr in Munich–Neubiberg, Faculty of Civil Engineering, specialized solicitor for building and architectural law as well as attorney–at–law (New York)

Dr. jur. Gunther Schalk: Lecturer for building, environmental and public procurement law at the Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences′ Faculty of Civil Engineering; specialized solicitor for building and architectural law

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