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Road Right of Way Problem

Post by Jack909 on Sat Sep 10, 2011 9:48 am

I have these questions and I need help and advice what to do.

1. Is it right to award any government project if there is a 70% road right of way problem?

2. Is it okay to suspend work operation due to 70% road right of way problem?

3. What will happen to the incurred expenses of the contractor such as stand-by time of pledged equipment and personnel?

Hoping to get answers to these questions.
Thank you.



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Re: Road Right of Way Problem

Post by engrjhez® on Sun Sep 11, 2011 9:17 pm

Jack909 wrote:I have these questions and I need help and advice what to do.

1. Is it right to award any government project if there is a 70% road right of way problem?

2. Is it okay to suspend work operation due to 70% road right of way problem?

3. What will happen to the incurred expenses of the contractor such as stand-by time of pledged equipment and personnel?

Hoping to get answers to these questions.
Thank you.


1. Actually, it is not proper to commence with the procurement process if the ROW is not 100% acquired;

2. Delays of the project may be considered 'at no fault' of your own;

3. Works completed may still be eligible for payment (even if the contract is terminated) following quantum meruit principle;

Hope I got it simple and straight. Smile
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