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Practical Guide to Engineering and Construction Contracts

Posted by Donald Charrett on September 1, 2009

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Philip Loots and Donald Charrett (2009) CCH This hardcover book of 450 pages is a concise practical guide to the law relating to construction contracts in Australia.  It is written for end users working at the “coalface” negotiating and administering construction contracts, and the book does not assume any prior formal knowledge of the law of contracts.  It assists readers to understand the risks associated with these contracts and how to minimise them. In the

Building Adjudication in Victoria The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2002 (Vic)

Posted by Toby Shnookal on August 1, 2009

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Toby Shnookal Vicbar CPD, (2009) 37 BDPS News 9 Further information can be downloaded Download

Stop Clock Hearing Procedures in Arbitration

Posted by Albert Monichino on July 1, 2009

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Albert A Monichino (2009) July Asian Dispute Review Further information can be download: Download

Contractual Lessons From Construction Failures: Part Two

Posted by Donald Charrett on June 1, 2009

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Dr Donald Charrett (2009) V4 No 2 Construction Law International 19 This paper reviews the lessons that can be derived from the failures of several large steel box girder bridges during construction over 35 years ago.  Although these failures had a predominantly “technical” cause in respect of inadequacies in the quality of design and/or construction, the focus of the paper is on the contractual and procedural aspects of project execution (particularly time, cost and scope

Adjudication and Dispute Boards: The Next Wave in ADR?

Posted by Donald Charrett on June 1, 2009

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Dr Donald Charrett (2009) 35 BDPS News 4; (2009) 3 Buildlaw 16 Contractual adjudication and dispute boards are two methods of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) of construction disputes which have not yet been widely used in Australia, but have been growing in use internationally, particularly over the last decade or so. The two methods have a number of common characteristics. They both aim to provide a speedy and relatively inexpensive resolution of a dispute by

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