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  1. So we see that the claim is rejected solely on the basis of the legalese of the requirements for notices, without any regard for the merits of the claim, which looks fairly straightforward and valid. The system works? Hardly a triumph for justice and good sense, this is more an example of the typically dysfunctional processes and outcomes which, although bizarre, no longer surprise anyone. Sure, the contractor should meet the notice requirements, but what about the merits? What were the results? Did the liquidated damages kick in and the whole mess send the contractor broke, while the client was able to get something for nothing? Is this right?

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