Damages for delay to completion (ARCHIVED)
This guidance note introduces the subject of damages for delay to completion by looking at the general principles including areas such as law; reasons for introduction within a contract; amounts of damages, and how sums are deducted, certified or released.
The guidance note then focuses on how the standard forms of contract deal with damages. A list of the contracts reviewed is included within the table of contents. For liquidated damages this includes how amounts are inserted in the contract and how this is to be deducted or certified.
This is part of the RICS QS and construction standards).
Please note: This guidance note is under revision and has been withdrawn. This document will be reinstated with a new edition as soon as possible. In the meantime, this guidance note is kept on isurv for information purposes only.