- Valuation of change orders was on re-measurement basis (BHC v Galliford Try)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What was the background?
- What did the court decide?
- Availability of Part 8 proceedings
- Construction of the COIs
- Case details
Construction analysis: The court held, in Part 8 proceedings, that change order instructions (COIs) based on lump sum quotations were subject to valuation on a re-measurement basis in light of the natural and ordinary meaning of each COI (also known as a variation instruction). In addition to making this declaration, the court also dismissed an objection from the defendant as to the use of Part 8 proceedings.
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