Contractual Advice

Our client, a subcontractor, working on behalf of a main contractor, was instructed to complete works by way of a separate oral order. The main contractor did not have proper contractual documentation. After the works of the subcontractor were no longer necessary, the contractor purported to create a written variation different from the original instruction. It was, in short, an attempt to defraud the subcontractor of their entitlement to payment. We were able to advise the subcontractor as to their rights and successfully recover the monies due to them.