Brooking on Building Contracts, 6th edition
Brooking on Building Contracts, 6th EDITION is a standard point of reference on contractual principles in building and construction law.
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Written by experts in building and construction law, Brooking on Building Contracts provides litigators and contractors with reliable and practical information on disputed building and engineering contract matters. This sixth edition examines contemporary issues and practices and includes all the recent cases of any significance from both Australia and New Zealand. It gives special and detailed attention to contractual principles that are especially applicable to building contracts, including suspension of works, prolongation, delay, liquidated damages and substandard workmanship. This book also explores current practice in alternative dispute resolution in building contracts.
- gives special and detailed attention to contractual principles and topics applicable to building contracts, e.g. suspension of works, prolongation, delay, liquidated damages, quantum meruit, variations, and sub-contracts
- includes alternative dispute resolution
- covers all Australian jurisdictions and New Zealand
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Table of contents
- Building Contracts
- Contract Documents
- Contractual Doctrines
- Implied Terms
- Time for Completion
- Approval and Certificates
- Defects and Damages
- Bills of Quantities
- Architects and Engineers
- Negligence: Builders, Local
- Authorities and Others
- Building Disputes
- Building Operations