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International Contractual and Statutory Adjudication

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A compilation of commentaries on the various jurisdictions where there either is, or is planned, a statutory adjudication system , this is a review of such systems worldwide in the commercial and construction fields. It features analysis by specialist advisory editors on the adjudication system in place in each separate jurisdiction, together with a copy of the relevant local legislation, and permits a comparative approach between each.

This book addresses statutory adjudication in a way that is practically useful and academically rigorous. As such, it remains an essential reference for any lawyer, project manager,contractor or academic involved with the commercial and construction fields.

Table of Contents

Foreword

Sir Robert Akenhead

  1. Introduction
  2. Andrew Burr

  3. United Kingdom
  4. Andrew Burr

  5. Australia: the East Coast Model with New South Wales as the Principal Legislation
  6. Samer Skaik

  7. Australia: the East Coast Model: Victoria, Tasmania, The Australian Capital Territory and South Australia
  8. Samer Skaik

  9. Australia: the East Coast Model: Queensland
  10. Samer Skaik

  11. Australia: the West Coast model
  12. Samer Skaik

  13. CIArb DB Rules
  14. Michael Cover

  15. FIDIC DB Rules
  16. Murray Armes

  17. Germany
  18. Ragnar Harbst

  19. Hong Kong
  20. Vincent Liu

  21. ICC DB Rules
  22. Andrew Burr

  23. Ireland
  24. John Lyden

  25. Malaysia
  26. S Magintharan

  27. New Zealand
  28. Rebecca Saunders

  29. Northern Ireland
  30. Andrew Burr

  31. Scotland
  32. David Carrick and Tim Pettigrew-Smith

  33. Singapore
  34. S Magintharan

  35. South Africa
  36. Vaughan Hattingh

  37. The United States

Anne Eckenroth

About the Series

Construction Practice Series

This series provides detailed and practical guidance to the legal framework of the construction industry. Whether explaining contract forms, advising on procedure, or guiding through disputes, highly experienced lawyers share their insights in order to help readers with the key aspects of any construction project. Engineers, architects, project managers, academics and lawyers in this field will all find these books a great help with issues that they face on a daily basis.

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