Construction Disputes in UK Law

  • 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 ......
  • Arms Races and Escalation: A Closer Look
    • Núm. 20-3, Septiembre 1983
    • Journal of Peace Research
    The relationship between arms races and war is a critical consideration in both peace research and strategic planning. This study reconsiders the work of Michael Wallace which has postulated that a...
    ...... In the replication, serious disputes, taken from the Correlates of War Project, among major powers ... Adjustments in coding and index construction from the Wallace work are made. It was discovered that only 25% ......
  • Governing environmental conflicts in China: Lessons learned from the case of the Liulitun waste incineration power plant in Beijing
    • Núm. 34-2, Abril 2019
    • Public Policy and Administration
    China’s growing number of environmental conflicts represents a significant challenge to local governments, who are charged with responding to, and resolving disputes. However, little is known about...
    ...... governments, who are charged with responding to, and resolving disputes. However, little is known about how these environmental conflicts are ...This article reports an in-depth case study concerning the construction of a waste incinera- tion power plant in Liulitun, Beijing, which was ......
  • Measure for Measure: Concept Operationalization and the Trade Interdependence-Conflict Debate
    • Núm. 40-5, Septiembre 2003
    • Journal of Peace Research
    While most quantitative studies find a negative relationship between economic interdependence and interstate disputes, research by Barbieri finds that interdependence ...
    ...... trade increases the probability of militarized interstate disputes (MIDs). Other research makes the opposite assertion, offering evidence ... least partly explained by features inherent to the variable constructions used by the competing approaches. How researchers construct measures of ......
  • Where There's a Will There's a Way: Marley v Rawlings and Another
    • Núm. 78-1, Enero 2015
    • The Modern Law Review
    In Marley v Rawlings and another, a unanimous Supreme Court has widened the scope of judicial power to rectify a will under section 20 of the Administration of Justice Act 1982. An intended will th...
    ...... by this method rather than by recourse to the doctrine of construction may prove to have implications for the extended scope of the latter. ... to have a significant impact on the manner in which similar disputes are conducted in the future. INTRODUCTION In Marley v Rawlings and ......
  • Blockchain as a tool for land rights: ownership of land in Cyprus
    • Núm. 12-2, Julio 2020
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 171-182
    Purpose: This paper aims to set out an argument for the use of blockchain technology as a land registration tool, for Cyprus and other disputed land contexts, to assist with land disputes, which ma...
    ......,Kyrenia, Cyprus, andRebecca LeshinskyDepartment of Property, Construction and Project Management,RMIT University City Campus, Melbourne, ..., for Cyprus and other disputed landcontexts, to assist with land disputes, whichmay, in turn,promote peaceand harmony.Design/methodology/approach ......
  • Historical memory as a foundation for peace: Network formation and ethnic identity in North Mara, Tanzania
    • Núm. 47-5, Septiembre 2010
    • Journal of Peace Research
    While ethnic identity formulated by historical memory is often understood as the cause of violent conflict in Africa, this qualitative historical study of interethnic relations between Luo and Bant...
    ......), as rigid oppositional identities, began to solidify around land disputes. Historical memory constructs these dynamic microethnic identities around ..., an oppositional Luo identity resulted from the colonial construction of macroethnicity, while in North Mara, Tanzania, a different national ......
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