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article 11.2
article 11.2  
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Dear John

Thanks for sharing the details.

Based on the Contract excerpts shared by you, please find my  my opinion is as below:

i) Carryout a delay analysis and find out the dominant delay in fair manner.
ii) Liability can be prorated based on the quantum of default
iii) As required under the Contract, did you or the other partner ever informed each other about possibilities of delays and damages thereof….
iv)FIDIC conditions will not be able to provide a specific remedy but based on the outcome of default and attribution of risk events the damages both in terms of time and cost may be distributed.

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