Table of contents for Construction law for managers, architects, and engineers / Nancy J. White.

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Chapter 1: Introduction to Government and Dispute Resolution Processes in the United States
Chapter 2: Mistakes in Bids, Defective Construction, and Differing and Unforeseen Site Conditions
Chapter 3: Employment and Labor Law
Chapter 4: Forms of Doing Business, Project Delivery Methods, and Contractual Relationships Common in Construction Projects
Chapter 5: Bonds, Liens, and Waivers
Chapter 6: Legal Issues Relating to Plans and Specifications
Chapter 7: Contract Formation, Breach, and Damages
Chapter 8: Changes, Additions, and Delays
Chapter 9: Scope of the Contract
Chapter 10: Environmental, Real Property, and Intellectual Property Law
Chapter 11: Insurance
Chapter 12: Torts and Warranties
Chapter 13: Sales of Materials and Supplies
Chapter 14: Killer Clauses
Appendix A: Notice of Commencement (Michigan Law)
Appendix B: Notice of Furnishing (Michigan Law)
Appendix C: Claim of Lien

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Construction contracts -- United States.
Construction industry -- Law and legislation -- United States.