Incorrect or incomplete plans: who pays for the missing information?

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A typical relationship between a general contractor and an owner begins with the general contractor reviewing a set of plans and specifications that the owner has provided. The general contractor then issues a bid based on those plans and specifications. But on most construction projects the process from that point forward is not always smooth sailing. A common hiccup occurs where the plans and specifications are incomplete or incorrect. In general, a contractor is only required to build what has been drawn but a contractor cannot intentionally build something that he knows, or reasonably should know, is defective...

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