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NEC ECC: Option A clause 11.2(27) what does it mean when you add the words "or partially completed" after the word "completed" (x3) in this clause?

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How is PWDD calculated when it is not just completed activities but also partially completed activities as the sum for the total of the Prices each month?
asked Oct 7 in NEC3 Z clauses by anonymous   1 4

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Don't know why an Employer would add in the words "partially" in that clause as a Z clause. The whole idea is it is a clear measure - only completed items are paid for, which is why the Contractor should break down their activity schedule to a reasonable level of detail.

You ask what it means when you add those words - the answer is subjectivity, so the advise is don't!
answered Oct 7 by Glenn Hide (33,040 points)