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JCT Standard Form of Building Contract 1998 Edition

A Commentary for Students and Practitioners

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 247
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Building and Surveying Series

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21 March 2001

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This book analyses and comments on the JCT Standard Form of Building Contract, 1998 edition, on a clause-by-clause basis. It has been fully updated to reflect the changes made since the 1980 edition, including the changes...

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This book analyses and comments on the JCT Standard Form of Building Contract, 1998 edition, on a clause-by-clause basis. It has been fully updated to reflect the changes made since the 1980 edition, including the changes brought about by the new practice directions, and the substantial development in the area of dispute resolution.A new background section describes the recent history of the JCT, and in particular the developments since Latham and Egan. This edition also introduces a table of cases, and features legal cases and precedents, emphasising the recent case law.

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Fully updated to reflect major changes in the JCT Standard Form of Building Contract
Incorporates relevant Practice Directions
Incorporates changes to the dispute resolution process

The book follows the JCT clause-by-clause.
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R. F. FELLOWS has worked in industry and academia. He is now based in Hong Kong.

PETER FENN lectures on contracts at UMIST and is on the relevant CIB working commission on JCT.

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R. F. FELLOWS has worked in industry and academia. He is now based in Hong Kong.

PETER FENN lectures on contracts at UMIST and is on the relevant CIB working commission on JCT.

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