A Legal Guide to Construction Contracting with North Carolina Local Governments, Fifth Edition, 2014

Wednesday, May 6, 2015
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For North Carolina local governments and private sector contractors, architects, engineers, and others interested in the legal requirements for local government construction and professional design services contracting, this loose-leaf book provides the guidance you need. Each chapter provides a summary of the legal requirements for various aspects of the construction contracting process, and every topic is accompanied by frequently asked questions and answers.

In addition to competitive bidding requirements for public construction and repair projects, the book also discusses exceptions to competitive bidding and the legal requirements for contracting with architects, engineers, surveyors, and alternative construction delivery methods under the state's Mini-Brooks Act.

This volume is the fifth edition of the book published under the title, Construction Contracts with North Carolina Local Governments, and replaces the previous fourth edition, 2007, written by A. Fleming Bell, II.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Norma R. Houston
Fifth Edition
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