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The Romanian Society of Construction Law aims to support the construction sector by elaborating juridical and technical opinions regarding both the legislation and the practice, by promoting and developing the related fields and, not least, by maintaining strong links with individuals, companies and institutions from Romania or abroad, which are active in the construction area.

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  • Statutory dispute resolution. The british perspective (Richard BAILEY)

    Introduction This is a paper given to the Romanian Society of Construction Law at their inaugural conference from 19 to 21 March 2015. The purpose of this paper is to introduce the participants at the conference to statutory dispute resolution in the United Kingdom. Statutory adjudication, which was introduced by the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and came

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  • International construction law as a ‘Private Legal System’ (Matthew BELL)

    Introduction The legal issues involved in the construction and use of the built environment are complex, diverse and of fundamental importance to commerce and society around the world. However, legislative and judicial inroads into construction activity remain susceptible to parochial concerns, resulting in legal regulation tending to run counter to the desire of international commerce for certainty and coherence. In

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