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- When Should A Contractor Quit a Project
- Only quit a project when you have a right to
- Put language in the contract so you have a right to quit when there is an unresolvable disagreement with the owner
- Example: The owner refuses, on the basis of cost, to take the contractor’s recommendation that an engineer be consulted on safety issues
- For a more thorough discussion of legal requirements, see the Supplement titled “Legal Aspects of Construction and Administration” in the Appendix.