Legal & Governance Aspects
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- How to use/interpret the law on the built environment
- Searching through large pieces of text to find the right information and apply it. This was done with the assignments.
- Legal aspects such as procurment etc.
- How to look at situations from a legal point of view
- Learned about the legal system
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|Responsible Lecturer:||prof.dr.ir. B. de Vries|
This course is about legal & governance aspects of the construction process, especially the institutional legal & framework settings concerning the major players and the main interests concerned.
Legal aspects mainly rest in limitations and possibilities created by the legal system, as a context for interactions within and across the public and the private sector boundaries, during the complete life-cycle of the construction process. The relevant legal and institutional frameworks and their underpinnings will be explained and analysed and put into the perspective of ‘real-life’ problems. Insight into legal reasoning, as a specific methodology, will be practised through the use of legal literature and jurisprudence.
The main course topics will deal with both public and private law. The place and position of the future graduate in the construction process will serve as a guideline in the selection of these topics.
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Urban Planning II (for public law)
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