Post Contract correspondence maintaining

Minutes of meetings, emails, Letters, Site Log books and other instructions are fall as contractually valid correspondence. The correspondence that may have existed at the time of the agreement from being considered in the interpretation of the agreement.

In many contracts there will substantial correspondence that occurs between the parties. If there is a problem that occurs and the contract itself isn’t clear, a party may seek to introduce these documents as evidence of what the parties agreed or understood.

In a claim the contractor would use that document as proof of their claim. In defending against the claim the owner should maintain relevant correspondence in daily basis.