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  • Can Machines Replace the Human Brain? (Ahmad ALOZN, Abdulla GALADARI)

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    Introduction Construction projects are naturally complicated and involve large number of unpredictable as well as external interrelated factors. Complex construction projects value is in excess of billions of dollars. As a result, disputes between the contracting parties are critical and difficult to resolve. Traditionally, litigation was the only avenue to resolve such disputes. However, with its complicated nature and technicalities

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  • Current Issues in Construction Law in the Slovak Republic (Mojmír MAMOJKA Jr.)

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    Introduction The primary legislation governing all fundamental relations in the construction industry in the Slovak Republic is the Commercial Code (Act no. 513/1991 Coll. as amended). This code, which is intended chiefly for business entities, dates back to as early as 1991, when the Federal Assembly of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic was still in existence. Since 1993 in

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  • Relations between internal market freedoms and fundamental rights (Gayane MARUKYAN)

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    Introduction Human societies across the globe have established progressively closer contacts over many centuries, but recently the pace has dramatically increased. Jet airplanes, cheap telephone service, email, computers, huge oceangoing vessels, instant capital flows, all these have made the world more interdependent than ever. Money, technology and raw materials move ever more swiftly across national borders. As a result, laws,

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  • Dispute resolution in construction contractual relations (Tigran KHACHATRYAN)

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    Introduction In recent years one of the most important issues to be considered in drafting any contract, including a construction contract, is the method of future dispute resolution. Although many contracts may remain silent on the issue of future dispute resolution; the costs in time, money and distroyed business relationships which can be raised when disputes are resolved through traditional

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  • Smart contracts and possible applications to the construction industry (Helder CARDEIRA)

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    Introduction The Final Report, an inquiry into Construction Industry Insolvency in NSW (Collins 2012), requested by the NSW Government in light of a number of mid-tier builder insolvencies in NSW and the knock-on effect on subcontractors, highlighted payments withheld or not paid, to be at the heart of the problem. Uncertainties in payments leading to cash flow difficulties have been

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  • Comparative view of risks’ allocation in a FIDIC contract… (Alice APETREI)

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    Introduction An important aspect considered by the parties when deciding on a form of contract is related to allocation of responsibilities and risks1. In this paper, we will try to present, comparatively, the allocation of risks in the FIDIC Red Book2 and the Romanian construction contract by pointing out several of the key responsibilities of the parties and their related

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