Four court cases from last year illustrate the potential pitfalls that can occur when cost is used to help set payment terms in construction contracts, write Julian Bailey and Ralph Goodchild. Contracts should avoid ambiguity when discussing cost and be specific about reimbursable costs to avoid potential conflicts.
Recent court cases illuminate cost-based contract issues
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