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Construction Claims Monthly Special Report

Drafting Provisions for Delay Damages (PDBKDCCLSG)

Drafting Provisions for Delay Damages
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Author: Gilbert Kimberly
Length: 27 Pages

While delays on complex construction projects are often inevitable, delays in recovering damages can be avoided. This special report provides the legal insights and current court precedents that will help you draft sound delay damages provisions—and successfully manage delay and disruption claims. We will help you understand the enforceability and exceptions of the common no-damages-for-delay clause, giving you the keys to a swift legal course of action.

 

Here's a sample of the expert insight you'll find in this special report:

  • Overly Restrictive Delay Damages Clause Falls Apart In Court,
  • City Can't Shift Delay Risk Where It Failed To Properly Plan For Rain
  • Disorganized Owner Could Pay For Delay, Despite No-Damages Clause
  • Equitable Exceptions To 'No Damages For Delay' Clauses Are Very Narrow
  • Sub Suffers 3 Strikes In Attempt To Exploit No-Damages-For-Delay Exceptions
  • When The 'No' In A No-Damages-For-Delay Clause Means 'Yes'
  • And lot more..
 

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