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Construction Contract Variations

CHAPTER SIX VARIATIONS REQUIRED BECAUSE OF CONTRACTOR RISK VARIATIONS REQUIRED BECAUSE OF CONTRACTOR RISK SECTION A: INTRODUCTION 175 SECTION B: CONTRACTOR’S ENTITLEMENT TO BE PAID FOR VARIATION 177 SECTION C: DISPUTES AS TO WHY CHANGE IS REQUIRED 182 SECTION A: INTRODUCTION 6.1 Responsibility for certain risks under a contract will belong to the contractor. Those risks may result in the need to undertake additional work. 1 For example, the contractor’s defective workmanship may mean that the design has to be changed. This chapter considers variations instructed in these circumstances.

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