Understanding Australian Construction Contracts offers an original analysis of four commonly used construction contracts in Australia. Authors Ian H Bailey SC and Matthew Bell explore the substantive provisions of the AS 2124-1992, AS 4000-1997, ABIC MW-1 2003 and PC-1 1998 contracts. The book is logically divided into 33 topic headings that reflect major practical and risk allocation issues pertaining to Australian construction contracts. At the conclusion of each topic you will find a handy comparative table which summarises key aspects of the four forms. The book also provides references to Australian cases, journal articles and texts relevant to the topic of discussion. Understanding Australian Construction Contracts explores the subtle differences between each of the four contracts and allows readers to decide which contract best suits their needs. It is an invaluable resource for lawyers, construction managers, architects, quantity surveyors, contract administrators and all other participants in the construction industry.
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 257
Published: 12th August 2008
Publisher: Law Book Co of Australasia
Edition Number: 1