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‘Writing’ Not Waived for Change Orders (access required)

Although an employee of defendant contractor allegedly told plaintiff subcontractor “not to worry” about an increase in flowable fill on the project, defendant did not waive the contract requirement for written change orders, and a Richmond U.S. District Court grants summary judgment for defendant contractor on plaintiff sub’s contract and quantum meruit claims arising out ...

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