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CNST 406 Construction Law Fall 2007 Assignment #4 (20 points) Date Assigned: November 7, 2007 Date Due: November 28, 2007 In preparing your responses, use material from either real projects with which you are familiar or make something up. Use the information contained in Chapter 21 of the textbook in order to make sure your responses to the questions are complete. In all cases, your role is that of general contractor. 1. Define and describe “negotiation” as a means of resolving construction disputes. Illustrate your understanding of this concept by describing a dispute from a construction project that was resolved in this manner. 2. Define and describe “mediation” as a means of resolving construction disputes. Illustrate your understanding of this concept by describing a dispute from a
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Unformatted text preview: construction project that was resolved in this manner. 3. Define and describe “arbitration” as a means of resolving construction disputes. Illustrate your understanding of this concept by describing a dispute from a construction project that was resolved in this manner. 4. Define and describe “litigation” as a means of resolving construction disputes. Illustrate your understanding of this concept by describing a dispute from a construction project that was resolved in this manner. This assignment must be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font size 12. The overall length must be at least 1200 words (provide a word count)....
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