Il contratto astronave

Author/s Giorgio Schiavoni
Publishing Year 2005 Issue 2005/2-3
Language Italian Pages 3 P. File size 22 KB
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Whenever a major project is built (a power station, an oil refinery and ancillary installations, a chemicals plant, major roads and so on), the contract becomes what the parties establish and then experience on the site, which is often quite different from what is written in the original text and the applicable law. It is important to ensure that the contract is guided along a path that does not conflict with these rules, as they may loom back to be perilously relevant if the technical project manager is not flanked by far-sighted legal managers. This conflict leads to the involvement of arbiters, people who know practically nothing about the life of the project in question, although they know practically everything about the applicable laws.

Giorgio Schiavoni, Il contratto astronave in "SOCIOLOGIA DEL DIRITTO " 2-3/2005, pp , DOI: