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Written Notice Of Site Condition Not Required Differing Site Conditions; Notice

Saturday, August 02, 2003 03:19 pm

 
Written Notice Of Site Condition Not Required Differing Site Conditions; Notice

A Minnesota court has ruled that the AIA General Conditions do not require written notice of a differing site condition. Only verbal notification is required.

The German Evangelical Lutheran St. Paul's Congregation planned to re-roof their church building. Prospective bidders were invited to inspect the roof prior to bidding. But the Congregation, fearing it could not afford the project and seeking to avoid damage to the attic area, would not allow removal of the insulation in that area. This prevented prospective bidders from examining the structural members of the roof.

Robert W. Carlstrom Co., Inc. submitted th [...]

 
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