A Primer on Government Contract Claims: With Rules of the Boards of Contract Appeals
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973 - Public contracts - 217 pages
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30 days absence action additional addressed administrative admission agency agreement amended answer appeal file Appeals Board application appropriate argument attorney authorized Board of Contract briefs cause Chairman claim clause complaint conduct conference consider Contract Appeals contracting officer contractor copy counsel court decide decision deemed Department deposition described designated determination direct discretion dismiss dispute docket documents effective elect evidence examination exhibits extent fact final findings furnished given Government hearing held inspection interrogatories involved issues jurisdiction limitations material matter ment motion notice of appeal objection offered oral original otherwise panel party period permit person pleadings prehearing present prior procedure proceedings pursuant questions reasonable receipt received reconsideration record referred regulations relevant reported representative request response Rule scope Secretary served specifically statements stipulations submitted taken taking testimony thereof transcript United unless witness writing written
Page 124 - Upon motion of any party showing good cause therefor and upon notice to all other parties, and subject to the provisions of Rule 30 (b), the court in which an action is pending may (1) order any party to produce and permit the inspection and copying or photographing, by or on behalf of the moving party, of any designated documents, papers, books, accounts, letters, photographs, objects, or tangible things, not privileged, which constitute or contain evidence relating to any of the matters within...
Page 63 - USE OF DEPOSITIONS. At the trial or upon the hearing of a motion or an interlocutory proceeding, any part or all of a deposition, so far as admissible under the rules of evidence, may be used against any party who was present or represented at the taking of the deposition or who had due notice thereof...
Page 16 - The decision of the Secretary or his duly authorized representative for the determination of such appeals shall be final and conclusive unless determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to have been fraudulent, or capricious, or arbitrary, or so grossly erroneous as necessarily to imply bad faith, or not supported by substantial evidence.
Page 171 - Documents (a) Request for Admission. After commencement of an action a party may serve upon any other party a written request for the admission by the latter of the genuineness of any relevant documents described in and exhibited with the request or of the truth of any relevant matters of fact set forth in the request.
Page 63 - ... such exceptional circumstances exist as to make it desirable, in the interest of justice and with due regard to the importance of presenting the testimony of witnesses orally in open court, to allow the deposition to be used.
Page 59 - When issues not raised by the pleadings are tried by express or implied consent of the parties, they shall be treated in all respects as if they had been raised in the pleadings. Such amendment of the pleadings as may be necessary to cause them to conform to the evidence...
Page 126 - In any action, the court may in its discretion direct the attorneys for the parties to appear before it for a conference to consider (1) The simplification of the issues; (2) The necessity or desirability of amendments to the pleadings; (3) The possibility of obtaining admissions of fact and of documents which will avoid unnecessary proof...
Page 54 - The last day of the period so computed shall be included, unless it is a Saturday, a Sunday, or a legal holiday, in which event the period runs until the end of the next day which is not a Saturday, a Sunday, or a legal holiday.
Page 54 - ... request therefor is made before the expiration of the period originally prescribed or as extended by a previous order, or (2) upon motion made after the expiration of the specified period permit the act to be done where the failure to act was the result of excusable neglect...