Construction Law - LexisNexis Folio

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ISBN: 9780820525143
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Product description

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.
Subscription to Construction Law does not include the monthly service to Construction Law Digest.

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