In the construction world, contracts more often than not represent one party’s utopia and the other party’s deal with the devil. Selling one’s sole is often a pre-requisite to obtaining work, especially in tendering circumstances, where the cost of the obligations is tallied and then discounted, and the quantum of risk is ignored. If a dispute arises between the contracting parties, the courts are often called upon to interpret the contract and determine the meaning of its terms.

type Interpretation of Construction Contracts