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Construction Law and Management

Page 433 CHAPTER 11 CLAIMS AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION CLAIMS AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION Nicholas Gould and Victoria Russell DISPUTE RESOLUTION Introduction As you will have read in the previous chapters, disputes can arise for many different reasons at any point in a project. Thus it is important to understand how to resolve such problems. This final chapter deals with the range of dispute resolution techniques that are available in the construction industry. This is considered in three main parts. First a general overview of the spectrum of dispute resolution techniques and consideration of the ADR movement. Second, an examination of the individual techniques, including:

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