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    Title: 工期展延爭議與求償之法院判決分析
    Other Titles: Analysis on court decisions of delay claims
    Authors: 林惠中;Lin, Huei-Chung
    Contributors: 淡江大學土木工程學系碩士班
    范素玲;Fan, Su-Ling
    Keywords: 工期展延;展延原因;合約管理;進度管理;訴訟;Extension of Time;Delay Causes;Contact Management;Schedule management;Litigation
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:44:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 工期遲延是營建專案中在執行上常見的問題之一,因此工期展延的履約爭議也隨之提升,透過調解、仲裁外,亦有不少透過訴訟程序之案例。
    Delays on a construction site are normally inevitable, and as a result many claims arise with a few of them ending up in litigation. Reasons of delays, assessment of Extension of Time, and basis of claims have been widely discussed in literatures. However courts or courts at all levels have significant differences in judgments, rare literature are found to analyze them. Therefore this research based on court decisions of District Court, High Court, and Supreme Court, analyzes the reasons and basis of delay claims, the assertions and exhibits of both parties and the resulting court decision of courts of different levels and suggestions from the aspects of project management and scheduling are made to provide a reference for the contractors and clients and have contributions to resolutions of delay claims and construction laws.
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