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05/10/2012

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What you said is good.

Like construction itself, construction law gets very complicated. I've never heard of anyone trying to coordinate the dispute resolution mechanisms under multiple contracts. I suppose this could work between a GC and his subs. But otherwise, it would be pretty difficult to try to have consistent dispute resolution mechanisms between contractors on the project who may not even have contracts with each other.

Disputes on construction project is may be occurred due to many facts, because we can depend each other, so it needed to mutual cooperation between another party and a little dedication is essential.

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