A subcontract on a public construction project provided that the subcontractor's compensation should be equitably adjusted if work was ongoing after a specified date, but the subcontract did not specify how to calculate the equitable adjustment. The trial court awarded the subcontractor an equitable adjustment based on the subcontractor's actual costs of performance for work performed after the specified date, and also awarded the subcontractor attorneys' fees under the state payment bond act.
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Appellate Brief |
State, 4th Circuit, North Carolina |
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