Variations arising under a construction contract

A note on a contractor's entitlement to be paid for extra work, or variations, carried out under a construction contract. Some building contracts, such as the JCT Design and Build Contract, 2005 and 2011 editions (DB05 and DB11) refer to variations as changes.

Elizabeth Repper, barrister, Keating Chambers


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