Resolution of disputes involving variations in estimated quantities
Willmore, Charles S.
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This thesis investigated the legal criteria involved in deciding variation in estimated quantity disputes in construction contracting. It was written by an engineering student and is not intended to be a legal reference document. Legal precedent was researched to determine the rules used by the courts to decide these disputes. Each rule was discussed in detail. Examples of cases were provided highlighting how the courts used each rule. The rules used to decide variation in estimated quantities were found to be consistent between jurisdictions
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