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A guide to global construction law - how to succeed with cross-border projects


Construction projects are increasingly international in scope, with cross-border expertise and cultural know-how essential ingredients to a successful project. As such, international construction firms need to be able to clarify a variety of jurisdictional and legislative questions on different locations around the world.

Eversheds have created this international construction guide covering Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia to demonstrate jurisdictional differences and highlight some of the issues companies need to be aware of. For each country, answers are provided for the following questions:

  • What are the most common forms of construction and engineering contracts?

  • What typical security is given to an employer on a major project?

  • What procurement structures are most frequent seen?

  • What remedies are usually available?

  • Is there any specific construction legislation?

  • What are the typical insurance arrangements?

  • What are the most common forms of dispute resolution?

To access the guide, click 'View Briefing'.

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