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CHAPTER FOUR CONTRACTOR’S OBLIGATIONS IN RESPECT OF THE WORKS

Construction Contract Variations

CHAPTER FOUR

CONTRACTOR’S OBLIGATIONS IN RESPECT OF THE WORKS

CONTRACTOR’S OBLIGATIONS IN RESPECT OF THE WORKS

SECTION A: INTRODUCTION 105
SECTION B: COMPLIANCE WITH SCOPE 108
SECTION C: ENTITLEMENT TO BE PAID FOR NONCONFORMING WORK 111
SECTION D: COMPLETION CERTIFICATES 114
SECTION E: DAMAGES FOR NONCONFORMING WORK 116
SECTION F: STANDARD OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR ADDITIONAL WORKS 121

SECTION A: INTRODUCTION

4.1 This chapter considers three aspects of a contractor’s obligation to build the works: firstly, the contractor’s obligation to build the work as described in the original contract scope and the implications if it fails to do so; secondly, the contractor’s obligation to build or alter the works in accordance with variations that have been validly instructed under the contract; and thirdly, the contractor’s workmanship and design obligations in respect of the additional work that has been instructed.

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