Presentation of Claim Narratives – Top Tips Paper for Download!

EC Harris’ Global Construction Disputes report cited incomplete and unsubstantiated claims as a major reason of disputes. Simply put, this means that the claimant has not prepared his claim to a standard that is required for the administrator of the contract to consider that the claim has merit, resulting in rejection of the claim.

If the contractor considers that the claim is just, then the matter is elevated to an expensive and time-consuming dispute, which is something that could often have been avoided had the contractor prepared his claim properly in the first place.

However hard the reviewer of a claim submission or a claim response endeavours to remain impartial, if the reviewer’s job is made difficult, unpleasant, annoying or unnecessarily complicated, it is unlikely that they will remain truly unbiased towards the party who has caused such inconvenience. On the other hand…

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