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Studies in European Construction Law

Paperback Engels 2015 9789463150071
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International projects and other cross-border activity have become a common part of the European construction scene. As well as opportunities, this phenomenon brings challenges and risks. It has become vital for those working outside their own national boundaries to have some appreciation of the legal environment in which they are operating, not as a substitute for specialist legal advice, but as a basis for understanding.

This book, prepared under the auspices of the European Society of ­Construction Law, contains accounts of the law of twelve major European jurisdictions in ­relation to a range of construction matters. Some are general, such as standard form contracts and sub-contracting, and the respective obligations of employer and ­contractor. Others are specific aspects of contractual performance: the duty to warn, payment, subsoil conditions, delay and disruption and liquidated damages. Issues of liability and dispute resolution are also considered.

The work offers students and practitioners the opportunity to make ­comparisons between different approaches to common construction law issues in the ­jurisdictions represented.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9789463150071
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:766
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:15-9-2015
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch

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Preface vii

The European Society of Construction Law
The work of ESCL 2
ESCL published work 2
Studies in European Construction Law: the questions 3
Studies in European Construction Law: the national contributions 7
Studies in European Construction Law: editing 7

The Netherlands
General questions 13
Topics 17
1 General obligations of the employer 17
2 General obligations of the contractor 20
3 Duty to warn 24
4 Liquidated damages 29
5 Liability before and after handover 33
6 Payment 38
7 Delay and disruption 42
8 Damages 46
9 Subcontracting 54
10 Subsoil conditions 62
11 Dispute resolution 64
12 Insurance 71

Belgium
General questions 83
Topics 87
1 General obligations of the employer 87
2 General obligations of the contractor 89
3 Duty to warn 91
4 Liquidated damages 96
5 Liability before and after handover 99
6 Payment 102
7 Delay and disruption 104
8 Damages 115
9 Subcontracting 130
10 Subsoil conditions 137
11 Dispute resolution 139
12 Insurance 147

Denmark
General questions 157
Topics 161
1 General obligations of the employer 161
2 General obligations of the contractor 163
3 Duty to warn 166
4 Liquidated damages 169
5 Liability before and after handover 173
6 Payment 177
7 Delay and disruption 180
8 Damages 183
9 Subcontracting 190
10 Subsoil conditions 194
11 Dispute resolution 195
12 Insurance 199

France
General questions 207
Topics 209
1 General obligations of the employer 209
2 General obligations of the contractor 210
3 Duty to warn 212
4 Liquidated damages 216
5 Liability before and after handover 219
6 Payment 223
7 Delay and disruption 226
8 Damages 229
9 Subcontracting 234
10 Subsoil conditions 240
11 Dispute resolution 242
12 Insurance 251

Germany
General questions 261
Topics 267
1 General obligations of the employer 267
2 General obligations of the contractor 272
3 Duty to warn 276
4 Liquidated damages 282
5 Liability Before And After Handover 287
6 Payment 291
7 Delay and disruption 295
8 Damages 300
9 Subcontracting 308
10 Subsoil conditions 315
11 Dispute resolution 317
12 Insurance 323
Appendix 327
Table of abbreviations 333

Greece
General questions 339
Topics 345
1 General obligations of the employer 345
2 General obligations of the contractor 348
3 Duty to warn 353
4 Liquidated damages 357
5 Liability before and after handover 360
6 Payment 363
7 Delay and disruption 364
8 Damages 371
9 Subcontracting 377
10 Subsoil conditions 384
11 Dispute resolution 388
12 Insurance 399

Italy
General questions 405
Topics 409
1 General obligations of the employer 409
2 General obligations of the contractor 411
3 Duty to warn 415
4 Liquidated damages 420
5 Liability before and after handover 422
6 Payment 426
7 Delay and disruption 431
8 Damages 438
9 Subcontracting 444
10 Subsoil conditions 449
11 Dispute resolution 452
12 Insurance 458

Romania
General questions 467
Topics 471
1 General obligations of the employer 471
2 General obligations of the contractor 472
3 Duty to warn 474
4 Liquidated damages 477
5 Liability before and after handover 481
6 Payment 484
7 Delay and disruption 487
8 Damages 489
9 Subcontracting 493
10 Subsoil conditions 500
11 Dispute resolution 501
12 Insurance 505

Slovak Republic
General questions 513
Topics 517
1 General obligations of the employer 517
2 General obligations of the contractor 518
3 Duty to warn 521
4 Liquidated damages 524
5 Liability before and after handover 526
6 Payment 530
7 Delay and disruption 533
8 Damages 536
9 Subcontracting 540
10 Subsoilconditions 544
11 Dispute resolution 545
12 Insurance 550

Sweden
General questions 559
Topics 563
1 General obligations of the employer 563
2 General obligations of the contractor 565
3 Duty to warn 568
4 Liquidated damages 572
5 Liability before and after handover 574
6 Payment 578
7 Delay and disruption 580
8 Damages 584
9 Subcontracting 592
10 Subsoil conditions 598
11 Dispute resolution 602
12 Insurance 609
Appendix 613

Switzerland
General questions 619
Topics 623
1 General obligations of the employer 623
2 General obligations of the contractor 625
3 Duty to warn 628
4 Liquidated damages 633
5 Liability before and after takeover 637
6 Payment 642
7 Delay and disruption 645
8 Damages 649
9 Subcontracting 656
10 Subsoil conditions 663
11 Dispute resolution 665
12 Insurance 671
Appendix 675

United Kingdom
General questions 681
Topics 689
1 General obligations of the employer 689
2 General obligations of the contractor 691
3 Duty to warn 695
4 Liquidated damages 702
5 Liability before and after handover 708
6 Payment 711
7 Delay and disruption 715
8 Damages 726
9 Subcontracting 736
10 Subsoil conditions 746
11 Dispute resolution 747
12 Insurance 757
Abbreviations 763

Biographical notes 765

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