Keating On Offshore Construction And Marine Engineering Contracts
Keating On Offshore Construction And Marine Engineering Contracts By Adam Constable; Keating Chambers
|Author||Adam Constable; Keating Chambers|
|Publication Date||Nov, 2020|
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell|
Keating's Offshore Building and Marine Engineering Contracts is a thorough examination of the contracts that regulate the construction of ships, rigs, and other offshore vessels and structures. It will serve as a one-stop shop for all aspects of contemporary shipbuilding and offshore engineering contracts, as well as effective problem-solving approaches for marine construction attorneys.
- The SAJ, BIMCO, Norwegian 2000, AWES, LOGIC, and FIDIC are among the most common standard form agreements used in marine construction.
- Examines the documentation needed to create a marine construction contract, such as specifications, drawings, and work programmes.
- The main guidelines for forming and constructing offshore construction contracts are discussed, as well as regularly encountered implied terms and restriction clauses.
- Changes to contract conditions and implications from the contractor and buyer's viewpoints are covered.
- The distinctions between normal shipbuilding and engineering contracts are discussed.
- Analyzes all aspects of time in contracts, including obligations, delays, and extensions.
- Examines payment, including possible additional payments, allowable delays, and damages.
- Examines the rights and obligations of parties following the end of a contract or a common law relationship.
- Deal with insurance, bonds, and guarantees.
- Covers the dispute resolution frameworks used in international shipbuilding contracts, including as litigation in the Commercial or Technology and Construction Courts, as well as alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
- Examines the expanding impact of land-based construction case law and gives in-depth analysis of key authority.
New to the 2nd Edition of Keating On Offshore Construction:
- The scope of the Dispute Resolution chapter is expanded.
- Examines the topic of insurance in greater depth.
- Australia and Singapore are now included in the jurisdictional scope.
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