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electrical subcontractor wants to change order us 22,200 on a 120,000 dollar contract but we cannot pass the cost on to

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electrical subcontractor wants to change order us 22,200 on a 120,000 dollar contract but we cannot pass the cost on to the customer what do i do

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May 4, 2021
Legally, if the electrician did not cause the issue that warrants a change order, then the electrician has a right to the change order. Likewise, if the electrician caused the issue, including if they forgot to add items to their bid, then the Electrician does not have a legal right to request a change order. However, whether or not a change order is warranted also depends on your subcontract with the electrician. Before I could tell you how to proceed, I would need to review the subcontract and the issues that caused the Electrician to request a change order.
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