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Satisfaction Clauses: Do They Really Mean What They Say?

August 01, 2011

Many public and private construction contracts contain a so-called “satisfaction clause.” The clause may read something like this: “Contractor will perform the work pursuant to the plans and specifications and to the Owner’s satisfaction.” Does this mean what it says? Does this mean that the owner can reject the contractor’s work if the owner is subjectively dissatisfied with it?

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