The final step on a project is the close-out phase where all activities are to be
terminated in a business-like fashion. From a contractual point of view, what is
the prime consideration which must be determined at this time?
2. The language of contracts does not preclude misunderstanding and situations
that adversely affect project completion. Therefore, a contract should always
have a method of removing the obstacles to progress. What is one method to
address matters that the project manager and the customer's representative
3. It is important to review the performance of subcontractors during post-contract
evaluations. This review establishes the baseline for what important
process/element of the client/subcontractor relationship?
4. How should contract disputes be resolved between the buyer and the seller?