cost of completion

Definition of "cost of completion"
  1. The amount of money needed to finish a job or task when a contract has been breached due to non-performance
How to use "cost of completion" in a sentence
  1. With the original contractor ceasing work halfway, their clients were saddled with the cost of completion.
  2. The cost of completion increased as they hired a new firm to complete the unfinished project.
  3. When the contracted builder failed to finish the duplex, the cost of completion skyrocketed.

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