Legal questions: extensions of time

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17 January 2011 There are good reasons why building contracts contain provisions to enable the granting of an extension of time (EoT) to the contractor. However, those provisions are often not properly understood nor operated correctly. Origins and purpose The basic legal principle was set in 1902...

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