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July 11, 2019

Here are some options for developers when contractors refuse to work without a change order

  • A fair contract allows the owner to issue some changes and include an agreed-upon mechanism for calculating how the contractor will be compensated for additional work.
    Stoel Rives LLP


    No matter how perfect a set of drawings may appear at the beginning of a project, the scope of the project will invariably change. The easiest and best way to address a change, and its resulting impact on the schedule and contract price, if any, is through a change order mutually executed by the owner and contractor before the change is implemented.

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