| Commentary

51 Programme

| Commentary

51 Programme

A more specific attempt to control progress of the works may be made by imposing an obligation on the contractor to submit and work in accordance with a detailed programme1. However, the fact that a programme has been provided does not necessarily mean that failure to comply with it will constitute a breach of contract2; it is if anything more likely to be regarded merely as an aid to forward planning3. Consequently, changes made by the employer to the programme or to the order of works will not generally entitle the contractor

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