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Construction Law in New Zealand

Title: Construction Law in New Zealand
Author/s: Tómas Kennedy-Grant
ISBN: 978 0409702255
Price: $149.01 excl. GST and Freight & Handling
Brief Synopsis:

Construction Law is not a self-contained system of law but is founded on the general law of contract and tort. Central to this book is an understanding of the four types of building contract: Contracts for Professional Services, Construction Contracts, Sub-contracts and Supply Contracts.

The book is divided into seven parts: Part I The General Law; Part II Contracts for Professional Services; Part III Construction Contracts; Part IV Sub-Contracts; Part V Supply Contracts; Part VI The Impact of the Tort of Negligence on Construction Law; Part VII Dispute Resolution.


Publishing Date:

25/03/1999


Format:

Soft cover


Progress Payments & Adjudication

Brief Synopsis:

This book provides a guide for those affected by the Construction Act 2002. Practical and written in plain English, Progress Payments and Adjudication: Construction Contracts Act 2002 and Weathertight Homes Resolution Services Act 2002 is easy to use and is essential for homeowners, contractors, lawyers, mediators and local council as well as those involved in arbitration in the construction and building industries.


Publishing Date:

17/02/2003


Format:

Soft cover



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