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Understanding JCT Standard Building Contracts

9th Edition

By David Chappell

Routledge – 2012 – 148 pages

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    978-0-415-50890-2
    March 28th 2012

Description

This ninth edition of David Chappell’s bestselling guide has been revised to take into account changes made in 2011 to payment provisions, and elsewhere. This remains the most concise guide available to the most commonly used JCT building contracts: Standard Building Contract with quantities, 2011 (SBC11), Intermediate Building Contract 2011 (IC11), Intermediate Building Contract with contractor’s design 2011 (ICD11), Minor Works Building Contract 2011 (MW11), Minor Works Building Contract with contractor’s design 2011 (MWD11) and Design and Build Contract 2011 (DB11).

Chappell avoids legal jargon but writes with authority and precision. Architects, quantity surveyors, contractors and students of these professions will find this a practical and affordable reference tool arranged by topic.

Contents

1. Contractor's Obligations 2. Insurance 3. Third Parties 4. Work in Progress 5. Money 6. Claims 7. The End 8. Dispute Resolution

Author Bio

David Chappell is director of David Chappell Consultancy Limited, was Professor and Senior Research Fellow in Architectural Practice and Management Research at the Queen’s University Belfast and was Visiting Professor of Practice Management and Law at the University of Central England in Birmingham. He has written many articles and books for the construction industry, including the recent Construction Contracts Questions and Answers, also available from Routledge. He frequently acts as an adjudicator.

Name: Understanding JCT Standard Building Contracts: 9th Edition (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By David Chappell. This ninth edition of David Chappell’s bestselling guide has been revised to take into account changes made in 2011 to payment provisions, and elsewhere. This remains the most concise guide available to the most commonly used JCT building...
Categories: Building Project Management, Construction Law, Construction Management, Architecture