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Contract Unfamiliarity Breeds Contempt

The potential for increased risks arises when the contractor is unfamiliar with the contract type, or when a standard form of contract has certain conditions that have been changed to reduce the employer’s risk. To minimise any potential risk, the contractor must be aware of the conditions agreed to in the contract and most importantly […]

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Spotlight on Contract Content

Risks or chances not identified in the contract agreement could lead to an increased financial risk to the contractor. No project is undertaken without some form of contract. The form of contract can be controversial with preferences given to certain standard forms such as FIDIC, NEC, JCT, ICE, etc. However, it is the content of […]

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