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NEC ECC: Rejecting PMI's under Option C

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Working under an NEC3 ECC Option C contract as the Contractor, we have received a PMI that we do not want to take ownership of. Under NEC3 is there a way for the Contractor to reject a PMI and how does the Contractor go about rejecting this PMI or CE?
asked Feb 28 in Compensation Events by kchastney (190 points)  

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You are required to comply with an instruction if it is valid under the contract and relates to the works you have contracted to provide (as defined in Contract Data Part 1) unless to do so would mean you were to commit an illegal act.

If you have concerns over the instruction you should discuss them with the PM and see if a solution could be found.
answered Mar 1 by dave bates (12,500 points)