Hudson building and engineering contracts pdf
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- HUDSON'S BUILDING AND ENGINEERING CONTRACTS.pdf
- Hudson’s Building and Engineering Contracts (12th Edition)
- Differing site conditions risks: a FIDIC/engineering and construction contract comparison
- Hudson's Building and Engineering Contracts, 13th Ed
HUDSON'S BUILDING AND ENGINEERING CONTRACTS.pdf
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Disclaimer: Countri es stated herein are used as reference only. Hong Kong: free delivery order over HKD The 3rd Supplement was published in December The 2nd Supplement was published in December The 1st Supplement was published in November The Main Work was published in December Considers all key standard construction contracts: JCT, NEC, ICE, FIDIC Provides guidance on disputes relating to the interpretation of construction contracts Gives illustrated, up-to-date case summaries in all important areas of law related to construction Looks at all aspects of the construction process, from tenders and estimates through to approvals and certificates Details the responsibilities and obligations of project managers, architects, engineers, surveyors and consultants involved in the contracts Covers Insurance and Indemnities, Bonds and Guarantees and Arbitration Provides commentary designed to be accessible to all construction professionals Features extensive coverage of case law from the Commonwealth, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and the US.
Hudson’s Building and Engineering Contracts (12th Edition)
Written in English. Hudson's Building and Engineering Contracts Vol. Hudson's Building and Engineering Contracts 1st Supplement on libraryinksly. Hudson's provides an overview of the law and interpretation of construction contracts, taking into account the practical and commercial realities relating to construction projects. Delivers in-depth explanation and interpretation of the law relating to construction contracts Guides Format: Paperback.
Differing site conditions risks: a FIDIC/engineering and construction contract comparison
My own acquaintance with construction law started when I was invited to join the chambers of the late E. Rimmer in Lincoln's Inn in , and improved later as joint editor with him of the Eighth Edition of Hudson published in , when the task of modernising Hudson was begun, and later when I continued that task and began extending its range into the Commonwealth jurisdictions as editor of the Ninth Edition published in The Tenth Edition of Hudson was published in , with a Supplement in
Hudson's Building and Engineering Contracts, 13th Ed
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It is an issue whether this edition should be based on the current edition or there should be a complete break with tradition in favour of a contract based on a new philosophy such as that of the NEC, which is reported to be used in many countries in circumstances in which the Red Book would otherwise have been used. This article compares the two contracts on the way they deal with site conditions issues. The comparison is on equity and clarity in risk allocation, adequacy of contractual procedures for dealing with unforeseeable conditions encountered, effectiveness of contractual machinery for dispute resolution, and compliance with reported new developments in successful contractual practices in underground construction.