Variations

Variations guidance:

The nature of construction projects, the contracts agreed and the law surrounding them, means that claims are commonly made by one or more parties. This Practice Note...

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This Practice Note examines variations under the 1999 editions of the Red, Yellow and Silver Books, the Gold Book 2008 and the Pink Book 2010. For detail on variations...

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Introduction This Practice Note looks at Variations under the FIDIC Red, Yellow and Silver Books published in 2017 (the 2017 suite). For guidance on Variations under the...

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This Practice Note looks at how variations are dealt with under the main forms of JCT contract. For a wider discussion on variations, including reference to relevant case...

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This Practice Note looks at how variations are dealt with under the NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC). For a more general discussion on variations, see...

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What are provisional sums? There is no precise standard definition of provisional sum but it is generally understood to refer to an amount inserted in a bill of...

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This Practice Note looks at what quantum meruit is, the most common situations where a quantum meruit claim may arise in relation to a construction project and how the...

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This Practice Note deals with the procedure for assessing and valuing variations once it has been established that a variation has arisen. It focuses primarily on general...

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A variation (also known as a change) under a construction contract involves an instruction for an alteration to the scope of work originally specified in the contract....

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A variation (sometimes referred to as a change) is an alteration to the scope of work originally specified in the contract, whether by way of an addition, omission, or...

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