cost of construction


cost of construction
The cost of labor and materials which have been combined to make the materials apart of the building. Washington Constr. Co. v Spinella, 8 NJ 212, 84 A2d 617, 28 ALR2d 863. The term also includes incidentals, such as premiums paid for workmen's compensation insurance.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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