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Exceptions to “No Damages For Delay” Clauses

Posted in Case Law,Damages by Blue Blog on the January 26th, 2015

A “no-damages-for-delay” (NDFD) clause is a very common contract term that provides a defense for the delay-causing owner or general contractor to assert against the harmed party’s request for damages. This defense can be applied to protect the owner from a general contractor’s delay claim or the general contractor from a subcontractor’s claim. These clauses
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