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Construction Contracts

byJimmie Hinze

Hardcover | September 10, 2010

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Construction Contracts 3e was written to serve as a learning tool and reference guide. The fundamentals of contract law are presented, along with an in-depth treatment of the construction topics which most frequently result in litigation illustrated by example cases. In addition the author provides an overview of other important construction-related topics, including the procurement process for construction contracts, methods of dispute resolution, surety bonds, construction insurance, construction safety, and construction labor laws. The book is of a managable size for a one-semester course and suitable for undergraduate or graduate construction or architecture students.

The 3rd edition incorporates many changes in construction law, regulation, and practice that have occurred during the past decade.

Title:Construction ContractsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:560 pages, 9.3 × 6.5 × 1.7 inPublished:September 10, 2010Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0073397857

ISBN - 13:9780073397856

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Table of Contents

1 Description of the Construction Industry

2 Construction Contracting Methods

3 The Nature of Contracts

4 Issues Concerning Real Property

5 Agents

6 Forms of Organizations

7 Contract Disputes and Torts

8 Surety Bonds

9 The Bidding Phase

10 Construction Contract Documents

11 Unit Price, Cost-Plus, and Lump Sum Contracts

12 Changes

13 Changed Conditions

14 Matters of Time

15 Payments

16 Warranty

17 Construction Insurance

18 Subcontractors and Subcontracts

19 International Construction Contracts

20 Methods of Dispute Resolution

21 Professional Ethics

22 Construction Safety

23 Labor Relations in Construction