Construction Law



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8.01 Construction and engineering work is mostly performed on real property, whether that work be on or in the land itself, or in a structure that has been constructed on land.1 The area within which physical work is performed is referred to as the “the site”. Construction and engineering contracts usually indicate or define the physical boundaries of the site.2 The contractual definition used by the parties may be

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coincidental with that used under statutes governing the performance of work at construction sites, and liability for occupation of the site, but this need not be the case.3

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