VOLUME I Chapter 1. The Legal and Commercial Frameworks Chapter 2. Contract Formation Chapter 3. Contract Terms Chapter 4. Procurement Chapter 5. Contract Administration Chapter 6. Price and Payment Chapter 7. Variations VOLUME II Chapter 8. The Site Chapter 9. Breach of Contract and Termination Chapter 10. Negligence Chapter 11. Time Chapter 12. Security for Performance Chapter 13. Damages Chapter 14. Defects Chapter 15. Consultants Chapter 16. Intellectual Property Chapter 17. Insurance VOLUME III Chapter 18. Statutory Regulation of Work Chapter 19. Home Building Contracts Chapter 20. Subcontracts, Assignment, Novation, Waiver, Election and Estoppel Chapter 21. Employment, Health and Safety Chapter 22. Bankruptcy and Insolvency Chapter 23. Dispute Resolution Chapter 24. Statutory Adjudication Chapter 25. Arbitration Chapter 26. Litigation
Julian Bailey is a partner at White & Case LLP, where he practises in the International Arbitration and Construction and Engineering Groups. He is Chairman of the Society of Construction Law (UK), and has won that society's Hudson Prize on two occasions.
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