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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Mistake, Misrepresentation, Uncertainty and Other Issues

Chern on Dispute Boards

Page 573 CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Mistake, Misrepresentation, Uncertainty and Other Issues Mistake, Misrepresentation, Uncertainty and Other Issues The dispute board will no doubt have all sorts of situations develop and a common one is where one of the parties, usually the contractor, claims that it either did not understand the full ramifications of the contract it entered into, was mistaken as to some critical issue, that some or all of the terms were uncertain, that essential terms are missing and need to be implied by the DAB, or that the employer just committed fraud/misrepresentation from the start, and varied and sundry other claims all of which are geared to claims for relief from the DAB.

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