BS EN 61730-1:2007 Photovoltaic (PV) Module Safety by British Standards Institution (BSI)

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2006) Deficiency Kumaraswamy (1997), Yates (1998) Inconsistency Acharya et al. 7 (continued) Category 32 S. O. Cheung and H. Y. Pang 2 Conceptualising Construction Disputes 33 contractual agreements may cause differing interpretations of performance requirements among the contracting parties. e. e. collaborative conflict). Hence, contractual disputes are triggered by task factors that include risk and uncertainty and collaborative conflict of construction project. To develop an anatomy of construction disputes, non-contractual disputes take into account of people factors that fully demonstrate the drivers of speculation.

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