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Construction Contract Variations

CHAPTER TWELVE ENTITLEMENT TO TIME ENTITLEMENT TO TIME SECTION A: INTRODUCTION 363 SECTION B: CONTRACTS WITH NO COMPLETION DATE OR EXTENSION OF TIME MECHANISM 365 SECTION C: GROUNDS FOR AN EXTENSION OF TIME 367 SECTION D: DELAYS CAUSED BY EVENTS NOT COVERED BY THE EXTENSION OF TIME MECHANISM 372 SECTION E: APPLICATION OF DELAY PRINCIPLES TO VARIATIONS 376 SECTION A: INTRODUCTION 12.1 A change to the scope of works may mean that it is no longer possible to complete the project by the planned completion date, in which case the completion date may need to be adjusted. 1 This chapter only considers in summary the issues concerning time and delay under construction contracts and concentrates on these issues in the context of variations to the work. 2

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