The design and nature of work depend on many factors and circumstances, both visible and invisible. Delays in the completion of construction work are common in our country. Most of the conflicts that cause conflicts are related and arise after the construction period. This condition exacerbates COVID-19 infection.
Construction contracts and “heart time”
About construction contracts, the first question is whether the time is a contractual issue. Sections 46 and 55 of the Indian Convention of 1872 are applicable at the time of the agreements. All construction contracts have a deadline and if there is no time, the contract must be performed properly. An extension of the time specified in the contract building is usually defined as “the term of the contract”. It should be noted that in cases where contraceptive methods are delayed due to a half-delay and compensation is not paid due to the extension of the permitted half-life. Postponement of orders over time.
Causes slow construction
Delays may be due to the employer and/or contractor.
The main reasons for a company warranty are:
1. Fast delivery in space;
2. Delays in selecting a consultant;
3. Delay in receiving photographs;
4. Late delivery of free products on time; I
5. He doesn’t have enough money, to name a few.
The main reasons for delays in contracts are:
1. Delay and/or inadequacy of movement;
2. delays in the procurement of equipment and supplies;
3. late arrival of staff;
4. Employee conflict; I
5. There is a delay in obtaining evidence, which means more.
What are delays and delays?
Delays in construction work and contracts are called delays. Illegal delays are often referred to like two or more points that are combined or equivalent during a project, one due to work and one contract. Delays correspond to two or more delays that occur at different times and affect one job, one due to the employer and the other to the employee.
The process of delay is the time when the contractor performs his duties based on the delay caused by the work. The late installation often reduces staff and equipment, which requires less.
The payment was delayed and the contract was breached
Breach of the contract shall be paid following the provisions of section 732 of the Contract Arrangements Act. Paragraph 73 gives the impression that the complaining and infringing party may be liable for the party’s permanent loss.
Handling owner/contractor delays
In most construction contracts, the contract is time-consuming because the termination is due to reasons important to the owner and in very few cases even after payment. If the delay is due to contractual reasons, it means that the employee is usually entitled to breach the terms of the contract, in which case the employee is entitled to a longer period without excessive costs. It is therefore important to know whether the contractor is negotiating with the contractor for the various delays in full compliance with the contract between the contractor and the contractor. Construction contracts often do not cover all delays (such as joint delays as well as delays that cause friction between contractors and between contractors in general). However, most construction contracts often mark the end of the contract work, and although it is said that this is a difficult time, it appears that the contract has been terminated to ensure that the terms of the contract expire.
This increases project costs during COVID-19 and extends its duration
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic and the regulation of clinics around the world, there has been much controversy around the world over development rules, out-of-place places, the definition of parental authority, and changes in legislation. ”. . Thus, the level of production of COVID-19 has increased for more than a year and a half and cannot be used as an excuse to increase demand. When implementing a plan, a completely vague agreement must be understood. When ordering a new program, the contractor must conduct an independent review and evaluation of the practices that prevent the contractor from purchasing. Prices and/or fees.