Relatively little case law exists concerning whether the force majeure doctrine applies to project delays caused by a disease outbreak, an attorney and law clerk write. Owners, contractors and subcontractors need to ensure that risk allocation in contracts is fair and reasonable so that projects are delivered successfully, they write.
How construction contracts, case law treat disease-related delay claims
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