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Which Contract?

Choosing The Appropriate Building Contract, 5th Edition

By Hugh Clamp

RIBA Publishing – 2012 – 360 pages

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    978-1-85946-461-8
    December 18th 2012

Description

Which Contract? is an invaluable desktop companion to be turned to at the start of every new project and is recommended to any professional whose clients expect him or her to know the contemporary procurement landscape inside out.Providing clear guidance on how to identify the most appropriate procurement strategy and contract for a given set of circumstances, it has been brought fully up to date to take account of the latest editions of all the recognised forms from JCT 2011 to FIDIC.

Author Bio

Sarah Lupton holds degrees in both architecture and law, and combines over 20 years experience as a practicing architect with an academic post the Welsh School of Architecture, where she is course director for the Diploma/MA in Professional Studies.

A partner in Lupton Stellakis, a London-based architectural practice, she also runs three architectural practice modules in the BArch and MArch degrees at Cardiff University, and undertakes research in the professional and legal aspects of architecture and building procurement, particularly in design liability and construction contract law. She has written numerous books that used widely by practicing professionals and post-graduate students, including the fourth edition of Which Contract? and a highly-regarded series of guides to the JCT standard forms of building contract published by RIBA Publishing.

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Name: Which Contract?: Choosing The Appropriate Building Contract, 5th Edition (Paperback)RIBA Publishing 
Description: By Hugh Clamp. Which Contract? is an invaluable desktop companion to be turned to at the start of every new project and is recommended to any professional whose clients expect him or her to know the contemporary procurement landscape inside out.Providing clear guidance...
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