Department: Master of Construction Law and Dispute Resolutions
Module Description: This module will provide a solid understanding of further aspects of the legal implications of construction projects, with a special focus on the structuring of projects.
S Furst, Keating on Construction Contracts. (9th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, London 2012).
J Uff, Construction Law: Law and Practice Relating to the Construction Industry (12th edn, Thomson Reuters, London 2017)
J Murdoch, and W Hughes, Construction Contracts: Law and Management (5th edn, Taylor & Francis, London 2015).
M Grose, Construction Law in the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf (Wiley Blackwell, 2016).
L Klee, International Construction Contract Law (2nd edn, Wiley-Blackwell, 2018).
B Eggleston, Liquidated Damages and Extensions of Time in construction (3rd edn, Blackwell Science, Chichester 2009).
M Abrahamson, Engineering Law and the ICE Conditions (4th edn, Taylor & Francis, London 1979).
N G Bunni, The FIDIC Forms of Contract (3rd edn, Blackwell Science, Oxford 2005).
N G Bunni, Risk and Insurance in Construction (2nd edn, Spon Press, London 2003).