Construction Law / Edition 1by Brian M. Samuels
Pub. Date: 07/31/1995
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This is a practical, usable guide to the basic principles surrounding construction law. The author's purpose is two-foldfirst, to educate readers as to the concepts and rules which comprise construction law, and second, to provide practical advice which will allow readers to avoid legal disputes and increase the likelihood of success when such disputes are unavoidable.
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Table of Contents1. Introduction.
3. Selected Construction Contract Issues.
5. Risk, Responsibility and Dispute Avoidance.
9. Mechanics' Liens.
10. Delay Claims.
11. Conflict of Interest and Ethical Considerations.
12. Labor Law.
13. Dispute Resolution.
Appendix A. AIA Document A201-1987: General Conditions of the Contract for Construction.
Appendix B. AIA Document B141-1987: Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect.
Appendix C. AIA Document A310-1970: Bid Bond.
Appendix D. AIA Document A311-1970: Performance Bond and Labor and Material Payment Bond.
Appendix E. CCDC 2-1994: Stipulated Price Contract.
Appendix F. CCDC 3-1986: Cost Plus Contract.
Appendix G. CCDC 220-1979: Bid Bond.
Appendix H. CCDC 221-1979: Performance Bond.
Appendix I. CCDC 222-1979: Labor and Material Payment Bond.
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