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8119 - Extra Work and Additional Work

Most construction contracts have change order provisions that require a written change order signed by the general contractor (identifying the work and the change in contract price for the additional work) in order for the subcontractor to get paid for doing work beyond the scope of the contract. In this video-on-demand, Jay Morris, Galloway Johnson Tompkins Burr & Smith, helps subcontractors identify the difference between extra work and additional work so that they can better decide on whether to proceed with the work without a change order or not (in order to avoid general breach or delay damages).

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