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Looking for an example... 2 weeks 3 days ago #18894

  • Christian Bass
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Good morning, I’m looking for example of what a claim against a project scope would be. I just don’t see how this could be a thing that either the buyer or seller would worry about. Why would the seller be worried or disagree with the buyer’s scope?
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(I’m currently studying procurement management)

Looking for an example... 2 weeks 3 days ago #18895

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Christian,

Check out the definition of "Claim" in the glossary on page 700. This happens, when a seller/buyer disagree not on the scope itself, but on who is supposed to PAY for it.

Does that clarify it?
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