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Insurance Law for the Construction Industry
  • Publisher :
    Oxford University Press
  • Author :
    Edited by Robert Hogarth
  • ISBN :
    9780199235513
  • Year of publishing :
    2008
  • Format :
    Hardback
  • Pages :
    624
  • Provides comprehensive coverage of all the insurance issues encountered in the process of construction
  • Proposes practical solutions to the problems encountered in negotiating construction contracts, insurance policies, and insurance claims
  • Offers detailed guidance on the types of policies likely to be encountered
  • Explains the requirements of industry standard form contracts, such as the JCT 2005, NECB, ICE
  • Contains a clear exposition of the principles of insurance law
  • Written by a team of experienced practitioners at Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, led by Robert Hogarth
Insurance Law for the Construction Industry provides comprehensive coverage of the issues involving insurance encountered in the process of construction. It gives practical answers to all the problems likely to be encountered when negotiating construction contracts, insurance policies or insurance claims.

This book is divided into four clear sections for ease of reference. It begins with a clear exposition of the principles of insurance law and then describes in detail the typical clauses found in insurance policies, the policies to be taken out by standard form construction contracts and howinsurance is distributed and regulated. It draws together the many strands of insurance law providing an excellent point of reference for those working in this sector.

Questions of insurance arise in virtually all cases and as such this book will be of practical every day use to both the contentious and non-contentious lawyer. Written by an experienced team of practising solicitors from Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, this work combines both an overview of the relevant insurance law with the specific detail specialists will require.
Readership: The primary readership will be contentious and non-contentious construction practitoners. It will also appeal to contract managers negotiatingconstruction contracts and provide a reference tool to brokers and insurers dealing with the interface of insurance and the construction industry.