When dealing with contractor termination on federal projects, the government must follow proper procedures. Otherwise, problems will arise.
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Terminating a subcontractor for inadequate performance is a difficult decision. The process can be long, expensive and risky from a legal perspective. There are several potential consequences to consider when...
Terminating a contract can be an expensive and time-consuming process, but matters can become even worse when there's a wrongful termination.
It might be tempting to fire a contractor or sub who's underperforming, but termination can be a tricky topic - particularly termination for cause.
When a contract features a termination for convenience clause, a customer can cancel the contract without a breach or default. Still, there are limitations.
Whether done by deductive change order or partial termination, reducing the scope of work on a project can create some headaches.
It only takes one nonperforming subcontractor to derail an entire job. Let's look at how to avoid those subs, and how to deal with them when problems arise.
The termination clause in construction contract could be the difference between an easy breakup and a lawsuit. Learn how termination works as well as the different types of termination clauses.