Most construction contracts require that any changes to the work be made formally, in writing, but sometimes things are done verbally. This article explores some practical tips on how to handle verbal change directives when the contract specifies that all changes must be documented by a written change order or change directive.Read Todd’s article
published in the Smith Currie 2018 Common Sense Contract Law newsletter, titled “Can’t Get a Written Change Order? Document, Document, Document.”
Todd M. Heffner, Esq.
Smith Currie & Hancock LLPtmheffner@smithcurrie.com