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Lam On Construction Claims in Malaysia | 2022 (E-Book) By Lam Wai Loon, Serene Hiew, Amy Hiew and Ooi Hui Ying

Author Lam Wai Loon, Serene Hiew, Amy Hiew and Ooi Hui Ying
Publication Date Nov 2022
ISBN 9789672701699
Format E-Book 
Publisher LexisNexis

 

Due to the nature of construction work and the involvement of numerous diverse stakeholders in a building project, conflicts involving construction claims can include complicated problems. Even though the parties' top aim is to finish the project on schedule, there is practically never a project that is executed perfectly in line with the intent and goals of what the parties agreed upon. The parties will certainly have disagreements at some point, whether it be over delays in the completion of the work, violations of the terms and conditions of the contract that result in termination, requests for work variations, or claims for loss and expenditure. This book is meant to be a helpful resource for anyone who needs to establish or defend a construction claim resulting from a building project.

Features:

  • An easy-to-read manual for managing the various claims that frequently result from construction projects is provided to all industry participants.
  • Current legal trends and developments in the area of construction claims law and practice.
  • There are also helpful hints and details on how to handle particular construction claims problems.

All parties involved in the construction industry, particularly employers, contractors, industry experts, and attorneys who practise construction law, should read this book.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Of Lam On Construction Claims in Malaysia (E-Book)

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Variations
Chapter 3 Delay and Extension of Time
Chapter 4 Liquidated Damages
Chapter 5 Loss and Expense
Chapter 6 Defects
Chapter 7 Termination
Chapter 8 Insurance, Indemnities, Guarantees and Bonds
Chapter 9 Consultants / Contract Administrators
Chapter 10 Methods of Resolution of Construction Claims

About Authors :

Lam Wai Loon

Lam Wai Loon is a High Court of Malaya Advocate and Solicitor. His practise areas are arbitration, adjudication, and litigation related to construction. He is one of two Malaysian experts who now serve on the Chow Kok Fong-led "International Statutory Adjudication Expert Committee," which was recently established (Singapore). A co-authored book named "Construction Adjudication in Malaysia" [3rd Edition, Sweet & Maxwell Malaysia], which was published in March 2022, is among his most recent works.

Serene Hiew

Serene Hiew graduated from Oxford Brookes University with an LL.B (Hons). She is an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya as well as a Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple). Construction litigation, arbitration, and adjudication are the main areas of her dispute practise. She now serves as the Honourary Secretary of the Malaysian Society of Construction Law and a director of the International Group of Arbitrators (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Malaysia).

Amy Hiew

Amy Hiew graduated from Oxford Brookes University with an LL.B (Hons). She is an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya as well as a Barrister at Law (Middle Temple). Resolution of business and commercial disputes is the focus of her practise. Construction disputes, shareholder disputes, contractual disputes, insolvency, and arbitration are all included in her portfolio of conflict resolution activities. Amy works on project advising and corporate drafting in addition to conflict resolution.

Ooi Hui Ying graduated from the University of Reading (UK) with a LL.B (Hons). She was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and is an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya. Her portfolio focuses on construction and energy disputes.




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