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But I Thought We Had a Deal – A Lesson in Termination for Convenience

On Behalf of | Sep 20, 2012 | Construction Law, Contract Law, Lost Profits, Termination For Convenience

So you enter into a subcontract to furnish improvements for a set cost, everyone agrees, and then your subcontract is terminated for no reason, except that the general contractor has found someone who is willing to perform at a cheaper cost. Is that bad faith? Can the general contractor just cast you aside without repercussion? If your subcontract contains a termination for convenience clause, they most likely can.  Continue reading…