Construction Contracts / Edition 3by Jimmie Hinze, Hinze Jimmie
Pub. Date: 09/10/2010
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Construction Contracts 3e was written to serve as a learning tool and reference guide. The fundamentals of contract law are presented, along with an in-depth treatment of the construction topics which most frequently result in litigation illustrated by example cases. In addition the author provides an overview of other important construction-related topics, including the procurement process for construction contracts, methods of dispute resolution, surety bonds, construction insurance, construction safety, and construction labor laws. The book is of a managable size for a one-semester course and suitable for undergraduate or graduate construction or architecture students.
The 3rd edition incorporates many changes in construction law, regulation, and practice that have occurred during the past decade.
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Table of Contents
Description of the Construction Industry.Construction Contracting Methods. The Nature of Contracts. Issues Concerning Real Property. Agents. Forms of Organizations. Contract Disputes and Torts. Surety Bonds. Acquiring Contractor Services. Construction Contract Documents. Unit Price, Cost-Plus, and Lump Sum Contracts. Changes. Changed Conditions. Matters of Time. Payments. Warranty. Construction Insurance. Subcontractors and Subcontracts. International Construction Contracts. Methods of Dispute Resolution. Professional Ethics. Construction Safety. Labor Relations in Construction.
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