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Construction Law

Course Abbreviation: 
RP&EL 980
Credits: 
2
Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y

This course examines the peculiar legal problems encountered on construction projects. It covers contract, tort and statutory law as adapted specifically to the construction industry. It analyzes the perspectives of an owner, developer, architect/engineer, contractor, subcontractor and bonding company, both in the context of private and public construction projects, commercial and residential. The principal areas of inquiry are contract structure, public bidding, theories of liability, payment and security mechanisms, claims related to time, disruption and extra work, and claims arising from construction defects. This course is designed to enable you to become familiar with construction law and the construction industry so that, whether you work in the public sector or private practice, you will be able to offer practical legal advice to construction professionals.

Prerequisites: 
None
Faculty: