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Claims and Insolvencies

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Part of the Macmillan Building and Surveying Series book series

Abstract

The construction industry covers a complex field of activity involving many operative skills and conditions which vary considerably from one project to another. Site and climatic conditions, market conditions, project characteristics and available resources are some of the variables, each of which can have a significant effect on the operation of the contract.

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© Ivor H. Seeley 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.NottinghamUK

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