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Government Contracts: Law, Administration and Procedure
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Termination for Default
Walter A.I. Wilson;John Cosgrove McBride;Thomas J. Touhey
The chapter covers the government's right to terminate, the discretionary nature of the decision to permit termination including the applicable standards, the failure to timely deliver or perform, and the failure to make progress. The chapter also addresses failure to perform other contract provisions, anticipatory breach or repudiation, and the problem of abandonment of performance. Then, the chapter covers termination procedures, the government's waiver of default, improper termination for default, premature default termination, and government claims. Further, the chapter addresses subcontractor default.
Government Contracts: Law, Administration, Procedure (Matthew Bender) features extensive coverage of the law and regulation of the business of government contracting or federal acquisition. Nearly every aspect of government contract law and practice is addressed, with references to the history and policies underlying current principles as well as current references to applicable statutes, regulations and case decisions. Along with certain standard forms published by the government, Government Contracts: Law, Administration and Procedure also contains typical practice forms, including sample filings for use in government contract adversary proceedings in the Federal Courts, the agency boards of contract appeals and the General Accounting Office. It also includes forms for non-adversary use, including those related to industrial security.
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See Chapter 1 for an introduction to the general principles of government contracts. See Chapter 2 for discussion of the interpretation of government contracts. See Chapter 30 for discussion of termination for convenience of the government. See Chapter 31 for coverage of breach of contract issues. See Chapter 32 for discussion of damages. See Chapter 33 for consideration of reprocurement contracts.
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