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Calculating Construction Damages, 1997 Cumulative Supplement (Construction Law Library)
February 1997 by Wiley Law Pubns .
Written in English
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CONSTRUCTION LAW -DAMAGE CALCULATIONS. Patrick Haywood. Carruthers & Roth. Not uncommonly during the course of any major construction project, disputes will arise concerning payment. Typically, the dispute will involve questions about the scope of work contracted to be performed or changes to the scope of work subsequently made after theFile Size: 63KB.
The Analysis and Valuation of Disruption Page | 5 The existence of a labour cost overrun is not proof that an event entitling a contractor to damages has occurred. Clearly labour cost overruns can occur for a variety of reasons, not all of which entitle a contractor to compensation.
In construction cases, there are three general categories of contract damages: 1) damages for defective workmanship 2) schedule related damages, and 3) damages for failure to perform. This article reviews the cases and basic legal principles applicable to these three types of construction contract claims.
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