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Builder Not Entitled To 'unforeseeable Costs' Of Construction In Post Office Construction Contract

Friday, May 04, 2007 12:05 pm

 
Builder Not Entitled To 'unforeseeable Costs' Of Construction In Post Office Construction Contract

The Postal Service Board of Contract Appeals held that a lessor bore the risk "that local permitting authorities would impose conditions to granting necessary construction permission that would increase its costs of construction."

Baer Real Estate (Baer) contracted with the United States Postal Service (USPS) to build a post office meeting USPS's specifications and lease it back to USPS. After unsuccessfully n [...]

 
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