Legal terms explained: Prolongation Costs

Prolongation costs are typically claimed by a contractor against an employer where the completion of a project has been delayed by the employer or an event at the employer’s risk (an ‘Employer Risk Event’), and the contractor has incurred additional costs and/or loss that it would not otherwise have incurred.

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