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If a contractor is producing sub-standard work, how can an employer get rid of him / her?

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asked Feb 6, 2013 in JCT Contracts by JCT Experts (-20 points)  
   

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Most standard form contracts contain provision for this, one such example is JCT Standard Building Contract 2009 clause 3.18. Ultimately, the architect has the legal right to issue a default notice and terminate the contract should a contractor fail continually to rectify poor work.
answered Feb 6, 2013 by JCT Experts (-20 points)