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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY COURSE TITLE: Construction Law COURSE NUMBER: CNST 406 PREREQUISITES: CNST 302 TEXT: Common Sense Construction Law , by Smith, Currie & Hancock (current edition) ADDITIONAL MATERIALS: To be provided by the instructor. TERM: Fall 2007 INSTRUCTOR: Greg Mitchell, Ph.D., P.E. ( [email protected] ) Associate Professor OFFICE PHONE: 734-487-2490 Roosevelt SET Office FAX: 734-487-7087 Roosevelt SET Office OFFICE HOURS: Mondays: 8:00a-12:00p (206B Roosevelt Hall) Tuesdays: 3:30p-5:30p (Livonia) Wednesdays: 8:00a-12:00p (206B Roosevelt Hall) COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide information and experiences related to basic problems and legal aspects within the construction industry. Current areas of concern and the significant implications are addressed in this course. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Comprehend the legal significance of contracts and documents. 2) Comprehend the legalities of all parties involved in the construction process. 3) Comprehend the legalities of liens, bonds, acceptance, warranties, etc.
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