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Construction Law will help you:
• Negotiate construction contracts among the owner, architect, engineer, contractors, and subcontractors,even for the most complex project
• Effectively represent any of the parties to a construction contract
• Enforce your client's rights under the construction contract
• Establish liability under the contract for delay and cost overruns, negligence, fraud, andmisrepresentation, as well as for all kinds of breaches (including anticipatory breach and breachof implied warranties)
• Obtain the proper remedy for your client, including compensatory, punitive, and consequential damages;specific performance; rescission and restitution; reformation; attorneys' fees; and interest
• Interpret industry-standard documents, such as owner-contractor, owner-architect, and architect-consultantAgreements
Construction Law's clear, concise coverage of every facet of construction law provides you with the legal analysis andpractical information you need to handle any legal issue arising from a construction project. You'll find coverage oftopics such as copyright protection, arbitration, and bankruptcy, with detailed synopses at the beginning of each chapter.Logically organized to follow a construction project from beginning to end, Construction Law helps you anticipateand avoid problems for your client.
The most comprehensive and authoritative treatise on the subject, Construction Law is essential for any lawyer who prepares construction contracts or litigates construction disputes. You receive expert guidance on handling every aspect of the construction process, from the initial bid...to drafting and performance of the contract...to subsequent claims, disputes, and litigation. Use the scores of sample forms, contracts, and agreements to successfully represent any client involved in a construction project.
Your subscription to Construction Law includes the AIA Legal Citator -- the only citator officially sanctioned by the American Institute of Architects. You will also receive Construction Law Digest, published monthly to keep you abreast of the latest court decisions and complement Construction Law with perspective on how current decisions impact your case.
With this combination of resources, you have everything you need for comprehensive and current information -- at one affordable price!
8 volumes (including the AIA Citator), plus the monthly Digest, Pub. No. 109
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Preliminary Considerations
Appendix A State By State Summary Of Construction Industry Professional Licensing Statutes
Chapter 2 Bidding, Bid Errors, Relief From Bids
Chapter 3 Construction and Design Contracts
Appendix B State By State Summary Of Construction Industry Statutes Of Limitations And Repose
Chapter 3A Compensation Arrangements in Design and Construction Agreements
Chapter 4 Modification and Termination of Construction Contracts
Chapter 5 Owner's Duties and Responsibilities
Appendices To Chapter 5
Chapter 5A Architect's Duties and Responsibilities
Chapter 5B Contractor's and Construction Manager's Rights and Duties
Chapter 6 Timeliness of Performance
Chapter 7 Payment
Appendices To Chapter 7
Chapter 8 Documenting and Presenting Construction Claims
Chapter 9 Construction Lien Law
J State-by-State Lien and Bond Claim Summary
Chapter 10 Workers' Injuries
Chapter 11 Remedies and Damages
Chapter 12 Arbitration
Appendices To Chapter 12 Arbitration Acts; Arbitration And Mediation Rules
Regular Track Procedures
A General and Introductory Rules
B Rules with Respect to The Tribunal
C Rules with Respect to the Conduct of the Appeal
D Miscellaneous Rules
Chapter 13 Risk Management and Indemnity
Chapter 14 Construction Financing, Banking and Loans
Chapter 15 Government Contracting and Regulation
Chapter 16 Bankruptcy
Chapter 17 Construction Bonds
Chapter 18 Warranties
Chapter 19 Labor Relations
Chapter 20 Intellectual Property--Protection of the Design
Chapter 21 Globalization of Construction--Evolving International Standards of Construction Law
Appendix 21 Appendices
Chapter 22 International Privatization
Chapter 23 Resolution of Disputes Arising Out of International Construction Projects
Parts 1-4 Appendix Of Forms
Chapter 1-1 How To Use The Citator
Chapter A Owner-Contractor Documents
Chapter B Owner-Architect Documents
Chapter C Architect-Consultant Documents
Chapter CASES1 Cases
Chapter CASES2 Cases