defective work


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defective work

Work not complying with the contract requirements. See nonconforming work.
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Until that time it was generally understood that commercial general liability coverage did not apply to the insured's own defective work, but could apply to damages for which the insured might be liable, such as consequential damage and defects caused by work performed by subcontractors.
As discussed previously, neither inspection of work already performed nor correction of defective work will extend this time period.
indifference of the authorities, both the provincial government of Ifugao and DOH [Cordillera office], in their refusal to take appropriate action even when the evidence of the contractor's defective work outputs and malpractice were known to them, such as the actual collapse of a substantial portion of the concrete gutter and the imminent collapse of [its] other portions," it adds.
Is the named insured's defective work an accident causing no property damage?
She said that it performed "sub-standard and defective work," including botching how it installed the light poles and how it handled the foundation repairs and the decking material.
Similarly, to the extent the insured's defective work results in damage to other property not the subject of the insured's work, that damage is also generally covered.
A TYNESIDE man who suffers from a debilitating ear condition caused by defective work equipment has won pounds 8,500 in compensation.
In a 22-page response and counterclaim this month, Southbridge says the delays were the result of the company's incomplete and defective work.
IF A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY'S DEFECTIVE work caused damage to only part of a property, its insurance company has a duty to defend it despite a defective workmanship exclusion, the 6th Circuit ruled Feb.
A succession of critical reports since then from the United States Agency for International Development, Government Accountability Office and Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction describe shockingly weak United Nations oversight of aid-financed projects in Afghanistan, telling of defective work and unexplained transfers of funds.