Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Construction law, General
Jurisdiction: 
Canada, General
Publication date: 
2021-03-03
Carswell

Canadian Treatment Of Construction And Builders Liens On Crown Lands

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The Canadian Treatment of Construction and Builders’ Liens on Crown Lands explores the concept of the lienable interest against government lands and projects, which has been underutilized historically. Centred around an annotated version of the Alberta Public Works Act as the primary Canadian statute which focuses solely on construction claims on government-funded projects, this unique book is an important new resource for lawyers practicing in construction law, particularly to construction occurring on provincially-funded projects. The book will provide an explanation and note the differences across jurisdictions, and contrast how some provinces have no recourse for unpaid subcontractors and suppliers performing work on Crown lands, while others have limited provision under their construction or builders’ lien legislation.

Carswell

Canadian Treatment Of Construction And Builders Liens On Crown Lands

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Description

The Canadian Treatment of Construction and Builders’ Liens on Crown Lands explores the concept of the lienable interest against government lands and projects, which has been underutilized historically. Centred around an annotated version of the Alberta Public Works Act as the primary Canadian statute which focuses solely on construction claims on government-funded projects, this unique book is an important new resource for lawyers practicing in construction law, particularly to construction occurring on provincially-funded projects. The book will provide an explanation and note the differences across jurisdictions, and contrast how some provinces have no recourse for unpaid subcontractors and suppliers performing work on Crown lands, while others have limited provision under their construction or builders’ lien legislation.