The Law of Contract

  • J. R. Lewis
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Abstract

Whenever a person carries on work in the construction industry he will find himself making contracts. He will want to buy sufficient interest in a section of land in order to carry out an estate development. He will make a contract with the owner for the conveyance of the interest. He may then desire to obtain the services of an architect; he will make a contract with the architect of his choice. He will make a contract of service with a quantity surveyor, he will make a contract with the person who supplies him with materials, he will make contracts with the employees who will be working on the site for him, he will make contracts with sub-contractors and when he comes to sell the houses he has built, he will enter contracts with the purchasers.

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© J. R. Lewis 1976

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