Article Date: 12/27/10


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 8-50


Construction contracts invariably contain statements of fact and directives on accomplishing the work. At what point does an objective assertion become an implied warranty extended from the project owner to the contractor? A federal agency recently received an unpleasant answer.

The Corps of Engineers awarded a contract that designated haul routes ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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