Who Pays for the Unexpected?—An Attorney's View

by George W. Coleman, Callahan, McCune & Willis, United States,
M. Eng, Callahan, McCune & Willis, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

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From an attorney's point of view, the answer to the question, 'Who Pays for the Unexpected?' in construction depends upon several considerations. First must be considered the entity making the claim and the entity against whom the claim is being made, as well as the subject matter of the claim. Only then may the identity of the payor (the person paying) be determined.

Subject Headings: Claims | Construction management | Contracts and subcontracts | Construction industry | Construction costs | Change orders | Legal affairs | Litigation

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