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by Richard Wilmot-Smith QC

Construction Contracts: Law and Practice download ebook
ISBN:
0199579598
ISBN13:
978-0199579594
Author:
Richard Wilmot-Smith QC
Publisher:
Oxford University Press; 2 edition (May 13, 2010)
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Pages:
638 pages
ePUB:
1347 kb
Fb2:
1991 kb
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Business
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Rating:
4.4

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Construction Contracts: Law and Practice. Richard Wilmot-Smith QC is a barrister at 39 Essex Street Chambers, and a Bencher of Middle Temple. Wilmot-Smith's work is now rightly in its place amongst the standard textbooks on the subject of this fast moving area. Phillip Taylor MBE, Richmond Green Chambers, The Clapham Omnibus). a worthwhile book and in particular where one is seeking to have a general view of construction law in the United Kingdom. Adrian Bellemore, Building and Construction Law). Tidily set out and very readable.

Richard Wilmot-Smith QC continues to provide an essential source of reference on this area of the law. His modern and practical approach is prevalent throughout this book and has helped to establish it as a key resource for beginners and experienced practitioners alike

Richard Wilmot-Smith QC continues to provide an essential source of reference on this area of the law. His modern and practical approach is prevalent throughout this book and has helped to establish it as a key resource for beginners and experienced practitioners alike.

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Richard Wilmot-Smith QC. Covers problem areas and provides answers in a commercial context. Takes a fresh approach to Construction contracts placing emphasis on modern authorities. Extensive coverage of arbitration and adjudication relating to construction contracts.

Richard Wilmot-Smith. This new and practical book has a fresh approach to the law and practice relating to construction contracts in the UK. Divided into three main parts, the work deals with the substantive law and modern dispute resolution procedures in the field of construction. Construction Contracts: Law and Practice" is unique in its coverage of adjudication and arbitration. Detailed consideration is given as to when adjudication might be relevant, who can start claims, how they are started and the steps that need to be taken to bring them to a conclusion.

Frederick Wilmot-Smith. He is developing a broad practice spanning all areas of Chambers’ work, including commercial, EU/ competition and public law. He was previously an academic at the University of Oxford, where he is a Fellow of All Souls College.

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Richard Wilmot-Smith QC is a specialist in all aspects of construction and engineering litigation and arbitration. His experience includes disputes involving performance bonds, guarantees, and related professional negligence claims against architects, engineers and surveyors.

The second edition of this well-regarded title continues to take a clear and practical approach to the law and practice relating to construction contracts in the UK. It provides comprehensive coverage of the substantive law and modern dispute resolution procedures in the field of construction.Throughout the work the author provides key practical tips including: where and when you issue proceedings; what the judges will expect and their preferences; and how trials can be made shorter. A separate section also examines enforcement of adjudicator's awards covering recent case law on this area. This is carefully examined and digested in detail to ensure the reader has an understanding of the pitfalls of enforcement. The second edition covers all relevant case law and legislation since the publication of the first edition in 2006 including the changes proposed under the Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill. It includes a new chapter on partnering and revised and updated appendices to include the amendments to the Housing Grants, Construction, and Regeneration Act 1996.