Article Date: 08/12/2016


Bidder’s Reliance on Subcontractor Quote Not Reasonable


A prime contractor could not hold a subcontractor to its pre-bid price quotation under the doctrine of promissory estoppel. It was unreasonable for the contractor to rely on the subcontractor’s price without considering terms and conditions in the quotation, which directly affected price.

 

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