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CHAPTER 2 Rectification

Remedies in Construction Law

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2.1 Before any remedies in relation to a construction contract fall for consideration, it is first necessary to establish the terms of the contract and whether the terms of any written contract reflect the parties’ joint intentions. If they do not, then the court may be willing to rectify the terms of the contract as written.

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