Building Law Reports are the most established and authoritative construction law reports available, providing comprehensive coverage from the Technology and Construction Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and other relevant jurisdictions worldwide, including Hong Kong, Australia and South Africa. Cases cover a wide range of areas including:
•Delay and Disruption
Building Law Reports are essential reading for legal professionals, construction industry professionals, law libraries and universities. Available in print and online, each report provides clear, concise summary headnotes, keyword heading and expert commentary on key judgments, ensuring you fully understand the substance of a case and its implications on past and future decisions.
This volume is one of a set of four in a continuously updated series concerned with legal cases relevant to the construction industry, which reports the latest cases of importance and relevant past cases not mentioned in previous publications. This series, now in its 13th year, is widely recognised as providing an authoritative source of reference for anyone who has a professional interest in the subject. It provides full judgements of leading English and Commonwealth cases on construction contracts and on appeals from arbitrations involving construction contracts, as well as relevant editorial commentary.