Article Date: 08/27/2012


Federal Project Owner Had No Duty to Intervene with State Regulators


Overview

 

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has ruled that under the Permits and Responsibilities clause, a contractor had sole responsibility for dealing with state regulatory authorities. The federal project owner had no duty to intervene, even if arbitrary and onerous acts of the regulators interfered with efficient construction.

 



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