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CHAPTER 6 Termination

Remedies in Construction Law

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6.1 Often the remedy an employer under a construction contract most fervently desires is to procure the departure of the contractor from site and, as a result, bring the contract to an end. Similarly, a contractor may regard the way in which a contract has been administered as intolerable and may wish to leave site as soon as possible.

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