it may be entitled to an EOT and a renewal allowance for losses and expenses actually incurred. Extension and interruption are therefore two distinct elements that can give rise to a right to loss and effort. The extension element depends on the delay in the completion date. In accordance with the definition given in the Construction Law Society`s protocol, the term “extension” refers to “the extended duration of work involving time-related costs due to delay,” usually as the expected overtime required to complete a contract beyond the contractual completion date. Recent cases in English by Van Oord UK Limited, Sicim Roadbridge Limited v Allseas UK Limited  EWHC 3074 (TCC) and RWE Npower PLC against Alstom Power Limited (2009) WL 5641217 show that courts often face damages and costs related to extension and interruption that may require separation. However, in practice, the distinction may be less relevant, as claims of disruption and delay of completion date (caused by the principal obliged) often go hand in hand. Delays are common for work contracts and, unfortunately, projects are often completed after the agreed date. This may indicate that the duration of contracts tends to be optimistic, especially when it comes to a tendering process. In the event of a delay, a contract usually provides for liquidated damages that the contractor must pay to the client. However, if the delay is attributable to the contracting entity and the holder is entitled to an extension of time (EOT), the liquidation damage is not available for that period and the contractor may apply for an extension of costs against the client. Create a renewal contract to extend the duration of your existing contract. If you are satisfied with an existing contract about to be concluded, or if you wish to make some changes involving the extension of the termination date, it is often easier to have a renewal contract than to write a brand new contract or an additional contract modification document. Your renewal agreement should include details such as when the renewal agreement came into force; The names and addresses of interested parties and their signatories; The name and date of the original contract The end date of the original contract The end date of this extension; and any changes made to the provisions of the original document (specific to the part that will be changed, added or deleted).
You can attach the original document to the renewal agreement so that you can clearly see the adjustments that have been made.