Article Date: 05/12/2008


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 6-19


If construction is as old as time, so, too, are construction claims. Under the simplest layman’s terms, an owner contracts a builder—be it by handshake, written document or other agreement—to construct the project to certain specifications, and then compensates the contractor accordingly. The contractor, in turn, builds the specified project. If the project does not proceed ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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