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The JCT Intermediate Building Contracts 2005 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9781405140492
ISBN: 1405140496
Previous Edition ISBN: 0632039655
Published: May 2006
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £93.95

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The 2005 version of the "JCT Intermediate Building Contract" has introduced a very different looking contract format and a number of changes to contract conditions. A completely new Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design has also been issued.

This well established guide, which has been thoroughly updated, looks at the changes and key aspects of both forms, and takes account of new case law since the last edition of the book published in 1999. It also discusses the new subcontract agreements.

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Construction Law
Preface to the third edition
Chapter 1 The Purpose and Use of IC and ICD
1.1 The background
1.2 IC documentation
1.3 The use of IC
1.4 Completing the form
Chapter 2 Contracts Compared
Chapter 3 Contract Documents and Insurance
3.1 Contract documents
3.1.1 Types and uses
3.1.2 Importance and priority
3.1.3 Errors
3.1.4 Custody and copies
3.1.5 Limits to use
3.1.6 Notices
3.2 Insurance
3.2.1 Indemnity
3.2.2 Injury to persons and property
3.2.3 Things which are the liability of the employer
3.2.4 Insurance of the Works: alternative clauses
3.2.5 A new building where the contractor is required to insure
3.2.6 A new building where the employer insures
3.2.7 Alterations or extensions to an existing building
3.2.8 Benefits for subcontractors
3.2.9 Joint fire code
3.2.10 Terrorism cover
3.3 Summary
Chapter 4 The Architect's Authority and Duties
4.1 Authority
4.1.1 General
4.1.2 Express provisions
4.1.3 The issue of instructions: general
4.1.4 Instructions in detail
4.2 Duties
4.2.1 Duties under the contract
4.2.2 General duties
4.3 Summary
Chapter 5 The Contractor's Obligations
5.1 Express and implied obligations
5.1.1 Legal principles
5.1.2 Execution of the Works
5.1.3 Workmanship and materials
5.1.4 Statutory obligations
5.1.5 Person-in-charge
5.1.6 Levels and setting out
5.2 Other obligations
5.2.1 Access to the Works and premises
5.2.2 Drawings, details and information
5.2.3 Compliance with architect's instructions
5.2.4 Suspension of performance
5.2.5 Other rights and obligations
5.3 Summary
Chapter 6 The Employer's Powers, Duties and Rights
6.1 Express and implied powers and duties
6.1.1 Co-operation or non-interference
6.2 Rights
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Deferment of possession of the site
6.2.3 Deduction/repayment of liquidated damages
6.2.4 Employment of direct contractors
6.2.5 Rights as to insurance
6.3 Duties
6.3.1 General
6.3.2 Payment
6.3.3 Retention
6.3.4 Other duties
6.4 Summary
Chapter 7 The Clerk of Works
7.1 Appointment
7.2 Duties
7.3 Responsibility
7.4 Summary
Chapter 8 Subcontractors and Suppliers
8.1 General
8.2 Subcontractors
8.2.1 Assignment and subcontracting
8.2.2 Named persons as subcontractors
8.3 Statutory authorities
8.4 Work not forming part of the contract
8.5 Third part rights and collateral warranties
8.6 Summary
Chapter 9 Possession, Practical Completion and Defects Liability
9.1 Possession
9.1.1 General
9.1.2 Date for possession
9.2 Practical completion
9.2.1 Definition
9.2.2 Consequences
9.2.3 Partial possession and sectional completion
9.3 Rectification period
9.3.1 Definition
9.3.2 Defects, shrinkages or other faults
9.3.3 Frost
9.3.4 Procedure
9.4 Summary
Chapter 10 Claims
10.1 General
10.2 Extension of time
10.2.1 Legal principles
10.2.2 Liquidated damages
10.2.3 Procedure
10.2.4 Grounds
10.3 Loss and expense claims
10.3.1 Definition
10.3.2 Procedure
10.3.3 Matters grounding a claim
10.4 Summary
Chapter 11 Payment
Chapter 12 Termination
Chapter 13 Contractor's Designed Portion (CDP)
Chapter 14 Dispute Resolution Procedures
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Table of Cases
Clause Number Index to Text
Subject Index;