Bruce ReynoldsSharon VogelNicholas Reynolds and Natasha Rodrigues provide a comprehensive overview of construction law in Canada as part of Lexology’s global Getting the Deal Through series. The construction (Canada) chapter is now available online and in print.

Lexology’s Getting The Deal Through provides international expert analysis in key areas of law, practice and regulation for corporate counsel, cross-border legal practitioners, and company directors and officers. Throughout this edition, and following the unique Lexology GTDT format, the same key questions are answered by leading practitioners in each of the jurisdictions featured.

This easy-to-use reference guide provides comparative analysis and expert local insight into the field, offering detailed overview of the laws, regulations and common procedure across a range of international jurisdictions. In addition to construction, topics covered include: local insights on foreign entry into the local market; licensing procedures; competition and bribery considerations; contract and insurance matters (including PPP and PFI; joint ventures; tort claims; and indemnity); labour and closure of operations; rights to payment; force majeure; dispute resolution mechanisms; environmental law; applicable investment treaties, tax treaties, currency controls, and revenue, profit and investment removal controls; and recent trends.

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