Construction projects: the legal structure: a quick guide

A guide to the legal aspects of a construction or engineering project, useful for first-time employers or users of construction services, who have not built a project before. The note considers the parties to key contracts, procurement, insurance and regulation. It highlights some of things that can go wrong with a project, such as defects or delayed completion.


 

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