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This will provide the use of a mild Hydrofluoric acid % about 4 followed by a blast of steam. This work done by the above method will be more satisfactory and I propose to do it at no additional cost to the Government. Please advise if this is satisfactory. ” Diamond wet all of the stained stone surfaces thoroughly and applied with a fiber brush a solution of hydrofluoric acid of the strength outlined in the May 15, 1939, letter, keeping the stone wetted by repeated applications with this solution from 15 to 25 min.

42 Interpreting Construction Contracts kinds of constructive changes, and different rules apply to each. Fig. 5-2 demonstrates which set of rules to apply. Examples A contractor is ordered to remove existing conduit, which he believes is additional work not called for in the contract. The owner’s position is that it is required. Is this extra work? Probably not. The dispute is most likely concerning the interpretation of one or more of the clauses. Another contractor installs an extra door that is not shown in the contract documents and now seeks payment for the installation materials.

Patterson 1964) The rationale is that the drafting party failed to express the desired intent clearly and that the drafting party is more likely to provide more 30 Interpreting Construction Contracts carefully for the protection of its own interests. This rule should only be applied as a rule of last resort, after all other rules have been exhausted, and only where both parties possess reasonable meanings (Patterson 1964). Canons of Interpretation In some cases, using the primary rules of interpretation may not be sufficient to interpret a contract properly.

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