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Construction Adjudication and Payments Handbook
  • Publisher :
    Oxford University Press
  • Author :
    Merissa Martinez, Dominique Rawley, and Kate Williams
  • ISBN :
    9780199551590
  • Year of publishing :
    2013
  • Format :
    Paperback
  • Pages :
    550
  • Provides an up to date and user-friendly practical compendium of statutes, and case law, as well as authored commentary on adjudications
  • Covers both the adjudication and payment provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996
  • Contains comprehensive coverage of the Act in a clear, accessible layout
  • Analyses each of the major sections of the Act in turn with sections on: Construction Contracts, Adjudication, Payment Provisions, and Supplementary Provisions
  • Contains a companion website which will be updated to include reference to developments in the area
This book provides a user-friendly and practical guide to compliance and adjudication under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and the proposed amendments to this Act under the forthcoming Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill. This work will provide an up-to-date compendium of case law and useful materials which will be valuable to the construction industry, legal practitioners, and students.

The book provides a comprehensive and practical coverage both of the adjudication and payment provisions of the act. It is set out in an accessible formatdealing in turn with each of the major sections of the Act, and with a separate section of case summaries.

The book will cover the large number of cases and developments since 2001, including the forthcoming Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill.. It will include the authors' commentary alongside extracts from cases which are often including in drafting the Referral, Response or Reply or any challenge to enforcement in the Courts. It will have the relevant excerpts in one place means that consideration for factual relevance and inclusion in submitted documents will be a quick and easy process.

This title provides an indispensable review of the statutory framework and the judicial guidance over the last decade and is anexcellent resource for construction lawyers and industry professionals.
Readership: Solicitors and barristers specialising in construction law; adjudicators; construction industry professionals such as Claims Consultants and Quantity Surveyors; and students on courses such as the MSc in Construction Law at King's College London