Construction Claims: Current Practice and Case Management
This book discusses practices in preparing and defending claims, bringing in funding, insurance and design team issues. It brings together the basic knowledge from the principal post-1996 legislation required by practitioners, together with an outline of the options and risks.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction Part 1: Practice and Procedure Chapter 2. The Standard Forms of Contract and Statute Law Chapter 3. Classes of Construction Claims Chapter 4. The Basic Requirements for a Claim Chapter 5. Key Elements of Contractors' Claims- Money and Time Chapter 6. Key Elements of Professional Negligence Claims Chapter 7. Problem Areas Part 2: Case Management Chapter 8. The Latham Report Chapter 9. The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration act 1996 Chapter 10. The Arbitration Act 1996 chapter 11. The Woolf Report and the Civil Procedure Rules Chapter 12. The Access to Justice Act 1999
Jeremy Hackett, FRICS, ACIArb is a well-respected professional within the Construction Industry.