International Journal of Law in the Built Environment: Volume 7 Issue 3

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Table of contents - Special Issue: International Construction: Disputes and Resolution

Guest Editors: Professor Steven Donohoe

Isn’t all loss consequential?: A review of recent case law and its relevance to contractual practices within the built environment

Adam Connell, Jim Mason

The purpose of this paper is to demystify the meaning of the term “consequential loss” in relation to the practice of construction law. Parties may have different…

Inter-organisational relationship trust repair: a ranked Delphi study with UK professionals

Benjamin James Crossley

The purpose of this paper is to provide practical knowledge on how to repair trust within inter-organisational relationships (IORs), and to compare that knowledge to…

When statutes collide: potential recovery of own party adjudication costs

Tony Hetherton, Jennifer Charlson

This paper aims to examine the potential recovery of own party adjudication costs under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations 2013. The investigation directly…

The factors influencing mediation referral practices and barriers to its adoption: A survey of construction lawyers in England and Wales

Andrew Agapiou

Following an analysis of English construction lawyers’ perceptions, attitudes and practices relative to mediation, this paper aims to offer an insight into the initial…

The acceleration dilemma: can English law accommodate constructive acceleration?

Alan Whaley, Brodie McAdam, Paul Crowe

The aim of this paper is to explore the hypothesis that a contractor is entitled to payment for “constructive” acceleration implemented to avoid liquidated damages when…

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ISSN:

1756-1450

Online date, start – end:

2009 – 2017

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid