P&L HW 2 - 09/04/07 Quality Construction v. Veteran's...

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09/04/07 Quality Construction v. Veteran’s Hospital The case between Quality Construction (the plaintiff) and Veteran’s Hospital (the defendant) is basically about the plaintiff completing the intended job for the defendant, but at a price higher than was originally quoted. Now the plaintiff wants to be compensated for the extra cost. The plaintiff wants to be compensated for the extra costs because in the contract that was agreed upon the defendant had accidentally written for plans on the second floor of building 85 only and left out the plans for the other two. For the other two buildings to be built as intended it would raise the overall costs. The plaintiff noticed these discrepancies before they broke ground on the project, but chose not to follow up with the defendant to verify what was written. The problem here is that when the plaintiff bid on the project they did not realize the discrepancy in the plans, which ultimately resulted in the offer being lower than it should have been. So the contract did
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CEE 4804 taught by Professor Adsonger during the Fall '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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P&L HW 2 - 09/04/07 Quality Construction v. Veteran's...

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