Construction contracts: law and management

Author: Hughes, Will;Champion, Ronan;Murdoch, John

Date published

20 April 2015

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Construction contracts: law and management

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Construction contracts: law and management
Date published

20 April 2015

Author

Hughes, Will;Champion, Ronan;Murdoch, John

Price

Free to Members

Author

Hughes, Will;Champion, Ronan;Murdoch, John

The fifth edition of this bestselling textbook has been thoroughly revised to provide the most up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the legislation, administration and management of construction contracts.

The book now includes comparisons of working with JCT, NEC3, and FIDIC contracts throughout. Introducing this topic at the core of construction law and management, this book provides students with a one-stop reference on construction contracts. Significant new material covers: procurement tendering developments in dispute settlement commentary on all key legislation, case law and contract amendments In line with new thinking in construction management research, this authoritative guide is essential reading for every construction undergraduate and an extremely useful source of reference for practitioners.

Additional information

Format:
eBook
ISBN:
9781317442288
Pages:
468
Publisher:
Routledge

Tags

Legal & Contracts E-book Library

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