Smith, Currie & Hancock's Common Sense Construction Law

Smith, Currie & Hancock's Common Sense Construction Law

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The bestselling guide to the laws that govern construction Knowledge of construction law and employment law is essential to running a successful construction business. Now, industry professionals don't have to rely on lawyers to translate the sometimes-confusing theories, principles, and established rules that regulate the business. In plain English, Smith, Currie a Hancock's Common Sense Construction Law, Third Edition provides a practical introduction to the significant legal topics and questions affecting construction industry professionals. General contractors, subcontractors, owners, and surety bond agents will turn to this updated edition of the bestselling guide again and again for: Information on intrastate licensure and practice Advice on qBest Valueq source selection and alternative project delivery systems Recent trends in claim resolution, including recovery of compensation for delays, extra work, and differing site conditions Expanded coverage on industry safety and environmental issues, including the latest information on project safety, indemnity, mold risks, and insurance coverage issues Helpful qPoints to Rememberq summarizing important concepts and useful qChecklistsq make concepts easy to implement in real-world practice Advice on successfully managing employment issues in the construction industry Complete with a CD-ROM containing over 180 sample contracts and documents from AIA, AGC, and EJCDC, Smith, Currie a Hancock's Common Sense Construction Law, Third Edition is an invaluable reference for industry professionals whose jobs rely on their ability to avoid unwelcome legal surprises that can cripple a project or kill a business.A Practical Guide for the Construction Professional Thomas J. Kelleher, Jr., Smith , Currie aamp; Hancock. (5) Payment Rights: What effect will a default have on payment to the subcontractor? ... termination to a a€œtermination for conveniencea€ and limit the contractora#39;s exposure to the value or cost of the work in place, plus a reasonable profit and overhead markup on that work. ... (10) Use of Subcontractor Resources: Does the termination clause effectively preserve the contractora#39;s right toanbsp;...

Title:Smith, Currie & Hancock's Common Sense Construction Law
Author: Thomas J. Kelleher, Jr., Smith, Currie & Hancock
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2005-02-04

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