Nomination provisions oblige the contractor to perform part of the works by sub-contracting to a particular named person1. The extent to which this alters all the contractor's other obligations in relation to that part of the work will always depend on the construction of the terms relating to nomination, of the contract as a whole and all relevant surrounding circumstances. If through insolvency or some other cause the nominated sub-contractor cannot perform, some nomination provisions oblige the contractor to seek a renomination by the employer rather than perform the work himself or immediately relet it
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