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Certification Did Not Cover Additional Claim Claims Administration; Subcontractors

Saturday, December 03, 2005 04:41 pm

 
Certification Did Not Cover Additional Claim Claims Administration; Subcontractors

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has ruled that a government contractor's certification of a subcontractor's claim did not cover a claim by a separate subcontractor even though both claims arose out of the same government directive.

The U.S. Army Engineer Corps - Europe awarded a contract to AAB Joint Venture to construct a storage and logistics base in Israel. The work involved extensive earth moving and compaction of fill.

The contract specified the use of stones up to six inches in diameter compacted up to 98 percent density. But the specified compaction test could be met for the top 1.5 meters of [...]

 
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