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Keating on JCT Contracts
Keating on JCT Contracts
Number of volumes: 4
Practice Area:  Construction Law
ISBN:  9780421957800
Subscription Information: 4 releases a year, Charge By Release
Format:  Looseleaf, CD-ROM
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

 A single source of the entire suite of 2005 JCT contracts, and an invaluable and interpretive tool for understanding them, Keating on JCT Contracts:

  • Provides detailed clause-by-clause commentary on all of the major contracts
  • Helps you gain a deeper understanding of the contracts, providing guidance to help you resolve queries
  • Looks at how the contracts are used in practice, highlighting key interpretive issues and showing how clauses have been treated in case law
  • Discusses differences and similarities between the 2005 and 1998 suites of contracts
  • Incorporates recent releases on the Framework Agreement 2007, the JCT Constructing Excellence Contract and the Management Building Contract, together with guidance on how to use them
  • Contains an archive CD-ROM of the 1998 JCT contracts

For information on CD-ROM compatibility and system requirements please see this page before purchasing.

CONTENTS
  • The standard building contract
  • The Framework Agreement 2007
  • The adjudication agreement
  • The design and build contract
  • The minor works building contract
  • The major project contract
  • The intermediate building contract
  • The short form of sub-contract
  • The sub-subcontract
 
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