CE EXAM - Termination of Work

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    Paul Carson

    To conclude:

     

     If no one shows up here, my GUESS would have to be: "GC CAN STOP WORK AFTER 30-CONSECUTIVE-DAYS"...

    AND..."CAN TERMINATE THE CONTRACT AFTER 60-CONSECUTIVE-DAYS that the work has been stopped. 

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    ADRIAN COLLADO TORRECILLA

    You have to read it clearly : 

     

    30 consecutive days you might have a reason Contract states 4 of them:

    - Work stopped by court

    - Work stopped by act of government 

    - Owner didn't furnish information required by 2.2

    - Not certificate of payment issued by the architect without any explanations within the time established in the contract 

     

    After 60 consecutive days Contractor can stopped just due to time and without any other motives. 

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    Paul Carson

    You are correct with those 30-days of "stop work" by GC above. "; however, GC for NO reason can stop work or terminate contract "just due to time and without any other motives".

    ...GC can "terminate" contract if not paid by owner after 60-days of the date listed in the Contract Documents. Keep in mind, the GC MUST submit AIA A702 "Application and Certification for Payment" 10-days prior to that date listed in the Contract Document, and ARCH has 7-days to either:

    1./ approve

    2./ modify

    3./ reject (typically never rejects in order to keep construction moving forward)

    Hope this helps!

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