material change


material change
An expression which, in reference to a building or construction contract, is so well understood that to attempt to define it in instructing the jury is more likely to confuse than to aid the jury. Nance v Patterson Bldg. Co. 140 Ky 564, 131 SW 494. See material alteration.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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