This hard cover book offers a concise, practical guide to the law relating to construction contracts in Australia. Written for engineers negotiating and administering construction contracts, it aims to assist readers in understanding the risks associated with these contracts and how to minimise them.Subcontractors Where a subcontractor is delayed for any of the reasons for which the Contractor would be entitled to an extension of time under the Contract, the head Contract should provide that ... It is suggested that the main criterion ought to be whether the rest of the Works can, in fact, be put to their intended use. ... The Employer is, however, not free to complete the works in any manner it chooses.
|Title||:||Practical Guide to Engineering and Construction Contracts|
|Author||:||Philip Loots, Donald Charrett|
|Publisher||:||CCH Australia Limited - 2009|