Knight's Guide to Building Control Law and Practice

Knight's Guide to Building Control Law and Practice

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This expanded two-volume looseleaf covers Building Control practice in England and Wales, with special reference to enforcement and civil liability, as well as its original legal content.
* Includes commentary on: Building Control through the local authority process; Building Control through the Approved Inspector process; responsibilities of owners, designers and contractors; resolving disputes (including Determinations and Appeals); certification, licensing and registration of premises and Building Control procedures
* In-depth commentary on all relevant legislation including the Building Act 1984, the Building Regulations 2010 and the Building (Approved Inspectors etc) Regulations 2010
* Commentary on changes to Approved Documents and proposals for changes to Requirements
* All relevant legislation reproduced in annotated and amended form
* All relevant circulars and guidance material reproduced
* Digest of important case law
* List of useful addresses and websites
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Product details

  • Loose-leaf | 6000 pages
  • 155 x 246 x 200mm | 6,232g
  • Butterworths Law
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0754508277
  • 9780754508274

Table of contents

PART A: Building control law:
1. Legal framework;
2. Commentary on the Building Act 1984;
3. Commentary on Approved Inspector Regulations;
4. Commentary on the Building Regulations 2010;
5. Commentary on other related statutory instruments;
6. Commentary on additional statutory and other related provisions;
7. Digest of cases;
8. Circulars and other guidance;
9. Insurance and liabilities;
10. Commentary on Approved Documents and proposals for changes to requirements;

PART B: Building control practice;
1. Building control through the local authority process;
2. Building control through the Approved Inspector process;
3. Responsibilities of owners, designers and contractors;
4. Resolving disputes;
5. Certification, licensing and registration of premises;
6. Building control procedures;
Appendices: Useful addresses and websites;
Table of licensing and registration provisions;
Statutes;
Certain Statutory Instruments as made;
Building Regulations and amendments etc as made;
Commentary on the Building Regulations 2000 as amended;
Commentary on the AI Regulations 2000 as amended;
Departmental Circulars and Guidance pre-2000;
British Standards & legal and technical publications;
Building Regulations 2010 as currently amended;
Building Act 1984 as currently amended but un-annotated
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