Both AS 4300 and its successor AS 4902 are widely used forms of design and construct contract in Australia. Although they have many similarities, there are some significant differences.
Clause 35.5 identifies the causes of delay for which the contractor can claim an extension of time under AS 4300. Compared with other forms of contract, the list of qualifying causes is relatively br...
This article explains how to claim a variation under the Australian Standard AS 4300-1995 Conditions of Contract for Design and Construct. It includes a flowchart to explain the process.
AS 4300-1995 is a widely used form of Australian design & construct construction contract, mostly used on commercial construction projects. This article provides a basic introduction.
This article explains practical completion under AS 4300 – what it is and the notice requirements for claiming it.
This article explains how to claim an extension of time (EOT) under AS 4300. It includes a flowchart to explain the process.
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