When is A Cardinal Change “Cardinal”?

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A cardinal change is a rare event in construction. However, when it "provably" occurs, it can turn the relative rights of the parties to a construction dispute upside down. A recent New York case bears this out.

A general contractor on a New York City School Construction Authority project subcontracted to a masonry subcontractor. The subcontract called for the performance of a "complete masonry installation" at a purchase price of $5,320,000.

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