The Law of Construction Disputes - new book by Cyril Chern

Chambers is pleased to announce the publication of 'The Law of Construction Disputes' by Cyril Chern. The book covers the entire spectrum of construction law, combining theory and practice, along with excerpts of the leading case decisions. It analyses the main areas that can lead to disputes and advises how to effectively deal with them once they have arisen.

This book provides detailed research, a full explanation of the principles governing construction disputes, the difficulties that arise and how they have been interpreted by the courts. It is an easily accessible text covering both the history of construction disputes and their resolution through the common law, civil and Sharia law, along with all current relevant legislation, case law and standard forms such as the JCT, NEC3 and FIDIC Conditions of Contract.

The Law of Construction Disputes provides the construction practitioner with a single source that combines the detailed thought processes of the courts in reaching major decisions on construction dispute issues, along with an easily readable analysis of the subject and the specific areas of law.

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