Construction Disputes in UK Law

Legislation
  • Trade Disputes Act 1906
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1906
    ......of any tortious act committed by or on behalf of the union in. contemplation or in furtherance of a trade dispute. S-5. Short title and construction.5 Short title and construction. (1) This Act may be cited as the Trade Disputes Act, 1906. , and the Trade Union Acts, 1871 and 1876, and this Act. ......
  • Finance Act 2014
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 2014
    ......"(d) the use of clay or shale in the production of ceramic construction products;. . . (e) the use of gypsum or anhydrite in the production of ... . "proceedings" includes any sort of proceedings for resolving disputes (and not just proceedings in court), whether commenced or contemplated;. ......
  • Companies Act 1985
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1985
    ......such default as is mentioned in subsection (1). S-500 . Construction of references to receivers and managers 500 Construction of references to ... with respect to the. settlement of disputes by arbitration are incorporated with this. Act, and— .   . ( a . ) in ......
  • Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1996
    ......recorded by any means. Adjudication . Adjudication. . S-108 . Right to refer disputes to adjudication. 108 Right to refer disputes to adjudication. . (1) A party to a construction contract has the right to refer a. dispute arising ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • Lawyers and Arbitration: The Juridification of Construction Disputes
    • Núm. 56-3, Mayo 1993
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Comment: Risk Allocation Norms of Civil Construction Contracts in Ethiopia
    • Núm. 11-2, Julio 2017
    • Mizan Law Review
    • Yohannes Eneyew Ayalew
    • Yohannes Eneyew Ayalew, NFP Fellow in International Human Rights Law at Faculty of Law ( University of Groningen, The Netherlands); LL.M (Addis Ababa University) and LL.B (Wollo University). Formerly served as Lecturer and Head of School of Law at Samara University. E-mail: <eneyewyohannes@gmail.com>.
    • 440-456
    Risk is any uncertainty in an industry including the construction sector. Claims and disputes arise when risks occur in construction projects. This comment discusses risk allocation under Ethiopian...
    ...... Yohannes Eneyew Ayalew ♦ . Abstract . Risk is any uncertainty in an industry including the construction sector. Claims and disputes arise when risks occur in construction projects. This comment discusses risk allocation under Ethiopian construction law and examines risks ......
  • Conflict in the Construction Industry
    • Núm. 8-2, Febrero 1986
    • Employee Relations
    • 22-26
    A previous article has examined industrial relations on large construction sites indicating the ad hoc nature of construction labour policies. The high level of industrial conflict on British sites...
    ......, it was suggested, pro-duced a high degree of insecurity amongst the workforce which tended to undermine the peaceful resolution of many disputes. Whilst strikes have dropped considerably during the past few years, the previously "poor" industrial relations record of the industry is reflected ......
  • Construction contract administration in Malaysia using DFD: a conceptual model
    • Núm. 111-9, Septiembre 2011
    • Industrial Management & Data Systems
    • 1449-1464
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to propose a conceptual model which is aimed at assisting end‐users, i.e. construction practitioners who are without a proper legal background for effective ad...
    ...... enable construction practitioners to administer construction contracts with better clarityand accuracy, so that interpretation errors and disputes can be mitigated. This will facilitate thedevelopment of harmonious working relationships.Originality/value – The application of data warehouse ......
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