The chair of Building Law is founded from the legal discipline and has the primary learning objective of private legal aspects of contract forming, risk management, guarantee declarations and quality assurance in building project and real estate transactions.
The field of Building Law focuses on private and public law aspects of building processes and real estate. Central to this is the interpretation, development and evaluation of legal instruments for classic and modern forms of building organisations and complex area development trajectories. Building Law wants to contribute to the description, analysis and further development of legal options and framework options for building process innovation, design management and urban area development.
|Prof.mr.dr. E.M. Bruggeman|