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The JCT 05 Standard Building Contract: Law and Administration (eBook)


ISBN13: 9781136357268
Published: March 2009
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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The Joint Contracts Tribunal's (JCT) Standard Form of Building Contract is the most common contract used in the UK to procure building work and is updated regularly to account for changing legislation and industry practise.

The JCT05 Building Contract helps clarify complex areas, making it an essential reference for professionals seeking to update their knowledge. The book works through the contract issues thoroughly yet clearly, using case law examples to demonstrate the latest amendments in regards to the Construction Act.

A fundamental part of a construction student's degree is understanding the contract and this book gives them a full understanding of the core elements involved in a straight forward manner with plenty of examples.

Subjects:
Construction Law, eBooks
Contents:
1. Style of JCT 05 Standard Building Contract, contract execution and related problems
2. Participants in the Project and their roles under the contract
3. JCT 05 timetable
4. Contractor design work
5. Architect's instructions
6. Variations and provisional sums
7. Risks to health and safety: allocation and insurance
8. Novation, assignment and sub-contracting
9. Third party rights and collateral warranties
10. Health and safety obligations under the CDM regulations
11. Delays, extension of time and liquidated damages
12. Claims for damages and contractual claims: an overview
13. Contractual money claims under JCT 05
14. Fluctuations
15. Payment
16. Termination
17. Dispute resolution