Can a design and build contract be lost?
The “design” in design and build may be entirely lost. On the other hand, if the specification contains more general requirements, such as “a high standard of finishes throughout”, there could be an unfortunate mismatch in expectations.
What to do if your employer has broken your contract of employment?
If you think your employer has broken your contract of employment, you should get advice about what action to take from an experienced employment adviser, for example, at a Citizens Advice Bureau. To search for details of your nearest CAB, including those that can give advice by e-mail, click on nearest CAB.
When is a contractor relieved of its duty?
The Contractor is relieved of its duty only when the Employer’s Requirements make a positive assertion of compliance.
Can a employer force you to sign a constructive dismissal agreement?
If the original employment contract is carefully drafted however, the employer can increase the chances that an employee can be required to sign further agreements without triggering a constructive dismissal claim.
What to do when construction contract is terminated?
Most construction contract issues can be resolved and every effort should be made to do so through negotiations and, if necessary, compromise before termination.
Can a contractor recover from a breach of contract?
Contractors have been able to recover, as a consequential damage, loss of ability to obtain performance bonds, stemming from a breach of contract. However, as with any breach of contract action, the contractor has a duty to mitigate damages and must take other work, if able, to minimize the potential damages caused by a construction delay.
What should I do if my employer has lost my contract?
In the case of any dispute relating to your work a court would have to use a combination of the laws setting these default terms, and evidence based guess work as to what your contract is likely to be. You must log in to answer this question. Not the answer you’re looking for?
What happens if the paper of my contract is lost?
If you signed a contract, and then the paper is lost, all the terms in the written contract remain valid – they are not overwritten by the legal terms for implied contracts. It just may hard to prove the contents :- ( – gnasher729 Apr 12 ’18 at 16:51 Thanks for contributing an answer to The Workplace Stack Exchange!