The terms of the contract may provide for notice of intention to deduct liquidated damages to be given by the employer to the contractor as a condition precedent to such deduction, and the issue of a certificate of failure to complete may also be such a condition precedent1. If the architect fails pursuant to any terms of the contract to give a proper extension of time, the deduction of liquidated damages may be disallowed2. Liquidated damages clauses may provide the sole remedy for delay so that unliquidated
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