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The Canadian Construction Law Dictionary (Judicially Considered)
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Détails des produits
The first of its kind in this area, The Canadian Construction Law Dictionary is the only legal dictionary with a focus solely on construction law.
Lawyers, architects, engineers, contractors and other members of the construction industry typically refer to industry-specific words and phrases both at the front end of construction projects and when claims arise. This publication is designed to be a reference tool to these groups to help interpret the meaning of such topical words and phrases considered by Canadian courts.
Written by Harvey J. Kirsh, a highly recognized authority in Canadian construction law, and Paul A. Ivanoff, a leading practitioner in the field of construction law, they offer their expertise in this multifaceted area of law.
Features and Benefits
- Excellent Resource - understand the complex terminology in this interesting and intricate area of law
- Helpful Reference Tool - assists with interpreting the meaning of topical construction law words and phrases considered by Canadian Courts
- Up-to-date Information - includes over 200 case citations with page references for each word or phrase pertaining to construction law
- Comprehensive Coverage - includes value-added features of salient quotations from the court's decision to provide context to the court's interpretation of the word or phrase