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Should there be a LADs clause in a sub-contract?

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Published on LexisPSL on 07/10/2014

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  • Should there be a LADs clause in a sub-contract?

Should there be a LADs clause in a sub-contract?

It is rare to have a liquidated and ascertained damages (LADs) provision for late completion of the sub-contract works in a sub-contract.

Typically, the main contractor will claim general damages from the sub-contractor in respect of the actual loss it incurs as a result of late completion of the sub-contract works. Those losses will often include pass down of the LADs payable by the contractor to

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