The JCT 05 Standard Building Sub Contract

Author: Peter Barnes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405172673
Format: PDF
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Whilst there are a number of books on the main forms of building contract, very few deal with subcontracting. This book examines the new JCT Standard Building Sub-contracts for use with the radically revised 2005 JCT Standard Building Contract. It looks at the key contract conditions, considers the rights and obligations of the parties and how risk is allocated, and discusses the main practical problems that arise.

The JCT 05 Standard Building Contract

Author: Issaka Ndekugri
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136357262
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Joint Contracts Tribunal's (JCT) Standard Form of Building Contract, one of the most common standard contracts used in the UK to procure building work, is updated regularly to take account of changes in legislation and industry practice and relevant court decisions from litigation. The JCT 05 Standard Building Contract: Law and Administration is a second edition to the authors' earlier award-winning The JCT98 Building Contract: Law and Administration, and clarifies complex issues surrounding obligations and rights under the contract. This makes it an essential reference for construction professionals, employers, contractors, and lawyers new to construction seeking to update and consolidate their knowledge. The book also provides the knowledge and understanding of the contract, which are a fundamental part of the education of most students who go on to become managers and leaders in the construction industry. It thoroughly works through the provisions of the contract in simple language, using case law examples and relevant statute to demonstrate approaches to its interpretation.

Subcontracting Under the JCT 2005 Forms

Author: Peter Barnes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444301179
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This book – a companion to Peter Barnes’ book on the sub-contract for the JCT 2005 Standard Building Contract, The JCT 05 Standard Building Sub-Contract – covers the other eight current JCT sub-contracts: · the Design and Build Sub-Contract · the Major Project Sub-Contract · the Intermediate Sub-Contract · the Intermediate Sub-Contract with sub-contractor’s design · the Intermediate Named Sub-Contract · the Minor Works Sub-Contract with sub-contractor’s design · the Short Form of Sub-Contract · the Sub-subcontract Like the sub-contract for the JCT 2005 Standard Building Contract, these forms are not well covered by other books on building contracts, despite the importance of specialist contractors and the size and value of their work. This book considers a range of key issues, including questions of time, variations, loss and expense, and payment, and examines how these operate under the individual sub-contracts. It will be of interest not only to sub-contractors and main contractors, but also to construction professionals and lawyers.

Contract Practice for Surveyors

Author: Simon Birchall
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136414258
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This book provides a detailed guide to the principles and practice of construction contracts. It is written for both students and professionals working in all branches of surveying and construction. Based around the JCT 05 Standard Building Contracts, it has been fully revised and updated to reflect the latest versions of these contracts. The book sets out clearly what should be done at each stage of the construction contract process. Each step is illustrated with examples of good practice making clear the role and responsibilities of the surveyor and how responsibilities are best delivered. This fourth edition of Contract Practice for Surveyors builds on the book's reputation for clarity and simplicity to provide the most accessible and useful introductory guide to construction contracts available today.

The JCT Design and Build Contract 2005

Author: David Chappell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470759747
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Joint Contracts Tribunal issued a new Design and Build Form in 2005, a successor to the JCT Standard Form of Building Contract with Contractor’s Design. It looks substantially different from its predecessor and it is different in structure and often in its wording. This major new edition of David Chappell’s well regarded book has been substantially revised to take account of the new contract terms and different structure. It also considers the standard novation agreements from the CIC and City of London Law Society and more then 70 additional cases. It discusses areas where problems frequently arise: the allocation of design responsibility discrepancies the role of the employer’s agent payment provisions the approval of drawings

Guide to Jct Standard Building Contract 2016

Author: Sarah Lupton
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781859466407
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Guide to JCT Standard Building Contract 2016 is a practical guide to the operation and administration of JCT's SBC 2016 suite of building contracts (SBC/Q, SBC/AQ and SBC/XQ). All of the contracts' provisions, procedures and conditions are organised and explained by subject, clearly distinguishing the different obligations due to various parties and the contractual issues arising during the course of a job - all backed up by the latest legislation and case law.

JCT Contract Administration Pocket Book

Author: Andrew Atkinson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317525973
Format: PDF, ePub
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Successfully managing your JCT contracts is a must, and this handy reference is the swiftest way to doing just that. Making reference to best practice throughout, the JCT Standard Building Contract SBC/Q and DB used as examples to take you through all the essential contract administration tasks, including: Procurement paths Payment Final accounts Progress, completion and delay Subcontracting Defects and quality control In addition to the day to day tasks, this also gives you an overview of what to expect from common sorts of dispute resolution under the JCT, as well as a look at how to administer contracts for BIM-compliant projects. This is an essential starting point for all students of construction contract administration, as well as practitioners needing a handy reference to working with the JCT.

JCT 2005 Clause by Clause

Author: Phil Griffiths
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136438122
Format: PDF, ePub
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* Uses a novel clause-by-clause approach to explain the important JCT 2005 contract * Written by an experienced author, explaining in simple English the meaning and relevance of each clause to avoid common misunderstandings * Includes up-to-date legal cases that explain the development and interpretation of the contract The Joint Contracts Tribunal’s suite of contracts (commonly known as JCT 2005) are the most commonly used in the UK to procure major building work. Understanding the contracts, and which to use, is vital knowledge for all students on construction-related HND or degree courses, but these clauses can contain convoluted language, leading to confusion. This easy-to-follow guide takes the reader through the JCT 2005 building contracts clause by clause, in an easy-to-follow format, in simple but effective language that eliminates misinterpretation. Spilt into 3 sections, this book provides a summary of the current JCT Contracts, identifying which to use for what type of work, along with an analysis of their risk, liability, documentation, design responsibility and financial procedures, ensuring that JCT 2005 Building Contract: clause by clause is the vital, definitive reference for the aspiring construction professional. Phil Griffiths is a lecturer at Nottingham Trent University with interests in contract administration, finance and project management. He graduated from Nottingham Trent Polytechnic in 1971 and worked as a quantity surveyor in local authority and a medium sized construction company. He also spent some time as a director of a small construction company and is a freelance estimator.

Parris s Standard Form of Building Contract

Author: David Chappell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405147296
Format: PDF, Docs
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The Joint Contracts Tribunal Standard Form of Building Contract, JCT 98, is now a well established and widely used form. That is not to say, however, that it is always well understood. It is a large, complex contract with a number of particularly difficult provisions. It is not surprising, therefore, that not much guidance has been published on the form. This book, first written by John Parris in 1982, and revised in 1985, was widely regarded as a valuable commentary on the Standard Form. Unavailable for some years, it has now been substantially updated and completely rewritten by David Chappell. Major changes have occurred since the last edition, including a raft of amendments to the contract itself, much new legislation including the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, and substantial new case law. The book covers all these as well as the complex performance specified work provisions and the difficult problems of nomination. The nominated sub-contract conditions are referred to where appropriate, and the book contains guidance on related matters, such as warranties, letters of intent and quantum meruit. The book is not simply a re-writing of the contract in simply terms. It contains very valuable insights and much needed guidance on some of the lesser known implications of the current form The book will provide a valuable reference for clients' professional advisers and contractors, as well as for lawyers needing an introduction to the contract.

JCT98 Building Contract Law and Administration

Author: Issaka Ndekugri
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317761324
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The Joint Contracts Tribunal's Standard Form of Building Contract is the most common contract used in the UK to procure building work. Understanding it is a core part of any construction student's degree and a vital part of the working life of professionals in the construction industry. 'The JCT98 Building Contract' works through the contract systematically explaining it in easy-to-follow language, covering all contract issues thoroughly and illustrating with case law examples the current situation and latest amendments. It is ideal reading for both the student of construction and the professional seeking to update their knowledge.