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Time Related Claims

Time Related Claims

Time Related Claims Construction Delay Claims  Constructions contractors usually have a time within which or a date by which the contractor must complete the work or bring it to the stage of practical completion. There is usually a definition of completion or practical completion. completion is usually defined to be substantial completion of work. Before …

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Delays and Delay Analysis

Delays and Delay Analysis

Delays and Delay Analysis The appropriate selection of a delay analysis method is important to accurately quantify delays. Analysts must be aware of the strengths and limitations of each method to determine which one is most suitable for the case at hand. Several factors must be considered when selecting a delay analysis methodology including, but …

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Variation Claims

Variation Claims

Variation Claims Construction Variation Claims The reason most often given by the Contractor for making a claim against the owner for remuneration over and above the original contract price is that “ there was a variation”. If the contractor wants to succeed in a claim against the owner, the contractor must make the claim fit …

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