| Commentary

136 Nomination

| Commentary

136 Nomination

Construction contracts have in the past contained provisions which obliged the contractor to sub-contract specified parts of the work to persons selected by the employer1, often upon terms dictated by the employer2. The identity of such persons3 might have been made known to the contractor at the time of entry into the main contract, or it might have been notified to him at a later stage, in which case the contractor might have had a right of objection on reasonable grounds. Whether a sub-contractor was a ‘nominated’ or a ‘domestic’ sub-contractor could only be determined by considering the

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