By A. J Baker

ISBN-10: 0207142165

ISBN-13: 9780207142161

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The subcontractors are responsible to the general contractor for their work but also look to the general contractor, or through it to the owner, for resolution of problems. The familiarity and predictability arising from long use of this traditional approach to construction has generated standard procedures for obtaining insurance and bonding, dealing with unexpected conditions, making changes, and generally resolving unforeseen contingencies. A well-defined model of rights, duties, and remedies is in place.

Rptr. 890 (1st Dist. 1977) (California has been liberal in granting third-party beneficiary status in such contexts); Shaw Constructors v. 3d 533 (5th Cir. 2004) (holding that owner was third-party beneficiary). 17 Associated Indus. Contractors, Inc. v. C. App. C. App. 2004); W. PAGE KEETON, PROSSER AND KEETON ON THE LAW OF TORTS, § 30, 167 (5th ed. 1984). 18 Associated Indus. Contractors, Inc. v. C. C. App. 2004). W. PAGE KEETON, PROSSER AND KEETON ON THE LAW OF TORTS, § 30, 161 & 185 (5th ed. 1984).

According to 13 AM. JUR. 2D Contracts § 139 (2008), during the course of construction, a contractor may be liable for its negligence that results in personal injury or property damage to persons rightfully on the premises, occupants of adjacent premises, and persons lawfully using a street or highway abutting the construction site. Subcontractors, likewise, are liable to third parties where their negligence results in personal injury or property damage. This liability extends to the owner when a subcontractor negligently damages the building during construction, even though there is no contractual privity between the owner and the subcontractor.

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