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What is the duty of the Contractor in reviewing the contract and its attached documents?
The Contractor shall carefully study and compare the various documents comprising the Contract and shall report to the Owner any error, inconsistency or omission that may be discovered in its provisions. The Contractor, however, shall not be liable to the Owner for any damage resulting from any such error, inconsistency or omissions.
The Contractor shall follow the Drawings and Specifications and all additional detail drawings and instructions issued by the Owner as being in full and strict conformity with the Contract and requirements of the Work.
The Contractor shall not be liable to the Owner for undetected error, inconsistency or omission in the Contract or for complying with instructions or following Drawings or Specifications, or for using or following the approved shop drawings, product data or sample.