JCT Contract Administration
Termination and insolvency
Occasionally during the progress of a building project, things go very seriously wrong, with either party substantially not performing their part of the bargain. This might involve the contractor in completely failing to carry out any work, or working so badly or slowly that it becomes clear that no contractual targets will be approached. From the employer's side, failure to pay agreed interim amounts, not allowing access to the site, or physically impeding progress might have the same effect.
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