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  CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES ( continuation) Talib, SittieZahra A,Talib, Salahudin  Disputes frequently arise in respect of delays and who should bear the responsibility for them. Most construction contracts make provision for extending the time for completion. The sole reason for this is that the owner can keep alive any rights to delay damages recoverable from the contractor. 2 Delays  Errors in design can lead to delays and additional costs that become the subject of disputes. Often no planning or sequencing is given to the release of design information, which then impacts on construction. Equally, the design team sometimes abrogates its responsibilities for the design, leaving the contractor to be drawn into solving any design deficiencies by carrying out that part of the work itself to try to avoid delays, and, in doing so, innocently assuming the risk for any subsequent design failures. 3 Design  Thepersonalityoftheengineerortheemployer srepresentativeandtheirapproachtotheproperandfairadministrationofthecontractonbehalfoftheemployeriscrucialtoavoidingdisputes,yetasubstantialproportionofdisputeshavebeendrivenbytheengineerortheemployer srepresentativeexercisinganunevenhandindecidingdifferencesinfavouroftheemployer. 4 Engineer and employer's representative
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