Gary Porter Construction

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Judy Duong Prof. Brierton Commercial Law 09/18/07 Gary Porter Construction v. Fox Construction, Inc. Background Fox Construction Inc. was hired by the University of Utah to build a gymnasium. Fox subcontracted with Porter Construction to do “excavation and soil replacement work,” as written in the subcontract (Included section contracted for specific works) for $146, 740. Later, Fox asked Porter to do additional work that was not included in the subcontracting contract. Porter did all of the work and Fox refused to pay any additional amount because it claims that the added work had been mistakenly excluded from it. Porter then filed against Fox claiming a breach of an implied-in-fact contract. Defendant’s Argument (Fox Construction, Inc.) A section had been left out of the subcontract by mistake, which was supposed to include the additional work. However this argument does not create a material dispute.
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