The Appellate Division recently affirmed a trial court’s granting of summary judgment in favor of the County of Union (the “County”) on a contractor’s extra work claim for $631,895.27 arising from an ambiguity in the contract specifications.  The Court found the ambiguity to be a patent ambiguity, which A. Juliano & Sons, Inc. (“Juliano”), the

The New Jersey Appellate Division, in Contract Applicators, Inc. v. Borough of Park Ridge, Docket No. A-6080-10T3 (October 2, 2012), recently affirmed a trial court decision that denied a contractor’s attempt to obtain payment for extra work on a public project because the contractor did not comply with the express terms of the contract