Avoiding or Minimizing Construction Litigation

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John Wiley & Sons, 10/03/1993 - 472 páginas
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Enables non-attorneys in the construction industry to understand how the construction process and law interact in order to resolve disputes without going to court. Analyzes specific issues concerning contracts, subcontracting, tort claims, insurance and bonds. Recommends strategies for avoiding or terminating litigation if a claim arises. Includes actual case studies and a complete reference of relevant AIA, EJCDC and NSPE documents.

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Índice

Introduction to Construction Dispute Resolution
1
The Construction Process
4
Government Entities and Construction Projects
10
Outline of the American Legal System
17
Alternatives to Traditional Litigation
47
The Construction Process
77
Contract as a Means of Regulating Duties and Behavior
99
Subcontracting
137
Bonds in Construction
205
Bonds in Construction
206
Government Entities and Construction Projects
215
Avoiding or Terminating Construction Litigation
227
A Summary
243
Appendices
251
Tables
429
AIA Document References
438

Tort Claims
153
Insurance
185

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Jonathan J. Sweet is the author of Avoiding or Minimizing Construction Litigation, published by Wiley.

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