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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Construction Insolvency: Security, Risk and Renewal in Construction Contracts 5th ed isbn 9780414028746

Construction Insolvency: Security, Risk and Renewal in Construction Contracts 4th ed


ISBN13: 9780414046092
New Edition ISBN: 9780414028746
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780421965706
Published: April 2011
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



The new edition of this highly regarded title explains how the principles and procedures of insolvency law are applied in the construction sector. As well as setting out the legal principles clearly and concisely, it looks at how the law might deal with specific facts and offers solutions to practical problems specific to the construction industry.

This edition is fully up to date with the impact of the recession and draws on recent case law across all UK and Commonwealth jurisdictions, especially Australia and New Zealand, including many unreported cases and those unfamiliar to UK practitioners.

  • Looks at the interaction between the Insolvency Act 1986 and the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and how this is reflected in case law
  • Looks at the security function of an adjudication decision, and the relation between adjudication and insolvency enforcement procedures
  • Lays out the ways in which contractual and procedural remedies take effect as security for payment or performance
  • Describes the security devices available as protection against insolvency and how they interact and support one another
  • Discusses the problems which occur when equitable concepts such as the trust are grafted onto complex construction contracts
  • Includes detailed analysis of technical areas such as assignment, novation, trust, and guarantee
  • Explores the interface with other areas of law where appropriate such as equity, property, disputes, and directors’ liability
  • features a wealth of case law form the UK and common-law jurisdictions, in particular, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia as well as Ireland

  • Subjects:
    Insolvency Law, Construction Law
    Contents:
    Law in Context
    Elements of Construction Insolvency
    Debts and Other Receivables
    Assignment
    Set-off, Abatement and Deduction
    Plant and Equipment
    Goods and Materials
    Informal Insolvency
    Construction Trusts
    Retention Trusts
    Pre-emptive Measures
    Adjudication and Insolvency
    Formal Insolvency
    Termination
    Novation of Contracts
    Completion Contracts
    Direct Payment
    Set-off in Insolvency
    Bonds and Guarantees
    Insolvency Claims
    Directors and Employees
    Law into Myth.

    Series: Insolvency Practitioner

    £196.00