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The Technology and Construction Court

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ISBN13: 9780421967007
ISBN: 0421967005
Published: July 2006
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £309.00

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Technology and Construction Court: Practice and Procedure is a detailed practice manual that gives practitioners dealing with the court access to highly authoritative guidance on the procedures involved in bringing a case before the court.

Written by a judge of the court, it provides the assurance that procedures will be followed correctly in what is effectively the specialist court of the High Court dealing with those complicated and technical civil disputes which are not the province of some other specialist tribunal.

  • Provides best practice guidance on all procedural matters relating to the Technology and Construction Court
  • Takes the reader through the conduct of the stages of litigation in the TCC in a chronological order
  • Discusses the legal principles
  • Explains all pre-trial matters such as disclosure, gathering of expert evidence and Schott Schedules
  • Analyses judicial decisions
  • Deals with costs issues
  • Reproduces all relevant forms
  • Deals with the TCC's role in adjudication

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Construction Law, Courts and Procedure
The Technology and Construction Court: Definition.
The courts in which TCC claims may be issued.
Relevant County Courts.
County Court jurisdiction.
Contents of appendix.
TCC Judiciary.
Examples of TCC claims.
The overriding objective of the CPR.
Commencement and transfer.
Case management.
The first case management conference.
From first case management to pre-trial review.
The pre-trial review.
Preparation for trial ewhere no pre-trial review.
Court proceedings concerning arbitrations.
Enforcement of awards as adjudicators.
The TCC judge as arbitrator.