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Vol 22 No 11 Nov/Dec 2017

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Delay and Disruption Claims in Construction: A Practical Approach 3rd ed isbn 9780727761972

Delay and Disruption Claims in Construction: A Practical Approach 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9780727759672
New Edition ISBN: 9780727761972
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780727757050
Published: June 2014
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Delay and Disruption Claims in Construction aims to provide readers with the practical knowledge for understanding and preparing delay and disruption claims in the construction industry and to provide calculation methodologies for damages and mitigation mechanisms.

It is an internationally-applicable, practical resource that guides professionals through every type and aspect of delay and disruption claims. Drawing on their experience, the authors outline a practical approach to the presentation of delay and disruption claims in construction within a legal, contractual and technical framework.

Detailed case studies are used to describe the different problems that can be encountered and explain the more dynamic approach to the settlement of claims, often taken in the international market, to help reduce the time and cost of legal proceedings.

This book will provide an update to the previous edition, published in 2011. It will incorporate new case law and further develop certain themes within the book, as well as including new case studies.

Construction Law
Construction and contract law
Breach of contract and remedies
Delay and disruption
Loss and expense
Case study: extension of time and
related losses 6.1. Executive
Case study: loss and expense,
disruption claim (including a global
claim example)
Case study: increased costs claim