As Anne Galbraith wrote in the third edition, 'Legal advice given in good time may prove to be very cost effective in the long term' - this book will teach its readers, whether students or professionals, when to seek this advice.
The fifth edition has been fully updated to include all the changes within the law since 1998, including the amendments to the Health and Safety Acts and the introduction of new EU laws, and changes to the building regulations.
This is a zesty self-help book without therapy jargon, but also without simplistic answers to a very complex and deep wound. It will help readers find the strength to come to terms with what happened to them in the past, to break negative behaviour patterns in the present and to make their dreams a reality. To put on a funky new pair of shoes and step into the future with confidence.
Written in a chatty, accessible style, Rebecca Mitchell blends a range of personal experiences of recovery with professional insight and practical steps for change. Chapters include: Is It Just Me?; Growing Up: It's A Family Affair; Shame: The Blame Game; Anger: Fade To Red; Sex: The Final Frontier; Forgiveness: How Will That Help Me?; A New Beginning: Dreams Can Come True.
Clearly written and wide ranging coverage of key legal principles by construction lecturers and professionals, this textbook highlights the need for students on construction related courses to access information on how the law relates to them, without getting into the dry, heavy detail of the full scale legal texts.
This sixth edition has been fully updated and covers the latest JCT Standard Form Building Contract requirements and key EU directives, including Corporate Manslaughter, Employment Law, Tenant Planning Law regulations and Health and Safety acts.