Claims arising under a construction contract: a quick guide

A quick guide to the typical claims that may arise on a construction and engineering project. These include claims a contractor may make (such as loss and expense, extensions of time and for variations) and claims an employer may make (such as for defective work and liquidated damages).

For more information on the legal structure of a construction project, see Quick guide, Construction projects: the legal structure.

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