International Journal of Law in the Built Environment: Volume 1 Issue 1


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International comparative analysis of building regulations: an analytical tool

Jeroen van der Heijden

The purpose of this paper is to introduce a tool for the international comparative analysis of regulatory regimes in the field of building regulation.


Property rights: achieving a fine balance in collective sales of strata developments in Singapore

Alice Christudason

In the light of the property relativist theory, the purpose of this paper is to review the impact of radical amendments to strata legislation in Singapore in 1999 which…


Housing and security in England and Wales: casualisation revisited

Jill Morgan

The purpose of this paper is to use the notion of “casualisation” in an employment context to reflect on similar developments in England and Wales since 1996 which have…

Good practice for providing disabled people with reasonable access to the built environment: A comparative study of legislative provision

Simon Prideaux, Alan Roulstone

By comparing the legislative regimes in different states, this paper aims to provide a platform upon which an agenda of “good practice” can be formulated and initiated in…


Criteria for the appropriate use of mediation in construction disputes: Judicial statements in the English Technology and Construction Court

Penny Brooker

The purpose of this paper is to consider the circumstances in which a refusal to refer a construction dispute to mediation may be judged acceptable in the English…

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2009 – 2017

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Emerald Publishing Limited

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