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Allegations of delay and the deduction of liquidated damages are all too common. The good news is that often, they are unfounded and wrong. With expert support, they can often be overturned to the benefit of your business.

liquidated damages for subcontractorsIf you have received a notice stating that you are in delay or worse still, you have received a contra charge for liquidated damages, this is bad news. The good news for you is that you are now in the right place to get the right solution for you and your business.

You can protect your cashflow by acting swiftly and robustly. There are a number of key measure you can take now to seize the initiative:

  • Damages can only be deducted where a valid withholding notice has been issued, if not, then it must be released - check this first.
  • Make your client aware that you will contest the deduction.
  • Start to prepare your case to demonstrate that you are entitled to an extension of time.

Get in touch with us if you want to take control of the situation today and protect your cashflow:

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