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Defects Liability Period And Final Completion – Clause 21 And 22 Of The JBCC

Defects Liability Period and Final Completion – Clause 21 and 22 of the JBCC | AGORA AFRICA

By: Siyamthanda Ndwandwa

Posted on: 1 October 2021

Introduction

The execution of a construction project is the collective control of time, cost, and quality parameters to achieve a tangible end-product which is fit for its intended purpose. A project has a beginning and an end, and the common conception is that, upon confirmation of practical completion (PC) one may be satisfied that the building work is over; and all defects have been addressed. This however is not the case and there may be works to be rectified. This blog shall unpack how the JBCC deals with defects and where responsibilities lie.

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