THE Construction Contracts Book: Annotated Analysis and Comparison of the AIA, ConsensusDocs, and EJCDC Contract Forms
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A topic-by-topic comparison of the forms of agreements from the AIA, the EJCDC, and ConsensusDOCS.
Most construction lawyers are familiar with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee (EJCDC) forms of agreements, and the newer ConsensusDOCS forms. Now completely revised, this invaluable resource offers a topic-by-topic comparison of these forms provides
• an easy-reference guide to how the AIA, ConsensusDOCS and EJCDC forms treat the most significant issues in owner/contractor/subcontractor and owner/design professional agreements; and
• proposed alternative language for situations where the form contract approach may not provide the best solution.
Though some chapters have been consolidated for ease of reference, this third edition uses the same format as the first and second editions. Each chapter is organized by a topic that is addressed in each of the AIA, ConsensusDOCS, and EJCDC owner–contractor–subcontractor or owner–design professional agreements. Each chapter is then divided into three sections. The first section provides general background about the topic and summarizes the critical issues involved. The second section describes relevant provisions in the form contracts that address the topic and compares the provisions to one another. The last section provides alternative clauses for the practitioner to consider in addressing the topic at hand.