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Notice Requirements Varied With Type Of Claim Notice; Claims Administration

Tuesday, January 03, 2006 05:03 pm

 
Notice Requirements Varied With Type Of Claim Notice; Claims Administration

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that standard state specifications contained different notice requirements which applied to different types of claims. A single notice did not preserve all claims.

The Oklahoma Transportation Authority awarded a contract to M. J. Lee Construction Co. for bridge construction in the Tulsa area. Work was significantly delayed due to the failure of a separate lead contractor to complete its assignment in a timely manner. Lee submitted a formal claim for $655,040 in delay damages. The delay claim proceeded through a multi-tier admin [...]

 
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