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Kennedy-Grant on Construction Law places construction law in the wider context of the general law. It examines the four types of contract involved - contracts for professional services, construction contracts, sub-contracts and supply contracts - and also the relevant torts.
This second edition is a much anticipated update to Construction Law in New Zealand first published in 1999. The new edition has been extensively rewritten to take account of developments since the first edition and extended to include new material on relevant statutes and on the dispute resolution processes commonly used in the construction industry. In addition, there is a greater international focus, with coverage of the major FIDIC contracts and more extensive reference to decisions in other Common Law jurisdictions.
This book is written in a practical style for use by contractors, construction professionals and lawyers. Extensive footnotes enable further research when necessary.