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NEC3 Construction Contracts 100 Questions and Answers
NEC3 Construction Contracts: 100 Questions and Answers, ISBN 9781138826571, Author Kelvin Hughes, Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd, Imprint Routledge, Which Building Contract bookshop
NEC3 Construction Contracts: 100 Questions and Answers

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Product Code: 9781138826571

Author: Kelvin Hughes
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138826571
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 216 pages
Pub Date: 12/06/2016

NEC3 Construction Contracts: 100 Questions and Answers

Which member of the NEC3 family of contracts should I use?

How do I choose and use my main and secondary options?

What are the roles and responsibilities of the various parties?

How should I effectively manage early warnings and compensation events?

Important questions can arise when working with NEC3 contracts, some of them have simple answers and others require more a detailed response. Whether you are an NEC3 beginner or an expert, the 100 questions and answers in this book are a priceless reference to have at your fingertips.

Covering issues that can arise from the full range of NEC3 forms, Kelvin Hughes draws on questions he has been asked during his 20 years working with NEC and presenting training courses to advise, warn of common mistakes, and explain in plain English how these contracts are meant to be used.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the NEC3 Contracts 1. Early Warnings and Risk Registers 2. Contractor’s Design 3. Time and the Accepted Programme 4. Testing and Defects 5. Payment Provisions 6. Managing compensation events 7. Title 8. Indemnity, insurance and liability 9. Termination provisions 10. Dealing with disputes 11. Preparing and assessing tenders

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