§ 21.33.

PROCEDURE UPON CONTRACTOR’S FAILURE TO DELIVER

When a contractor fails to deliver a Commodity or Service of the quality, in the quantity, or in the manner specified in the contract within the time specified in the contract, the Contracting Officer may terminate the contract and/or purchase such Commodity or Service from any source; and if a greater price than that named in the contract be paid for such Commodity or Service, the excess price will be charged to and collected from the Contractor or the sureties on the Contractor’s bond(s). All items supplied shall be subject to inspection or rejection by the Purchaser, by the County Agricultural Commissioner-Sealer of Weights and Measures upon the Purchaser’s request, or by the department receiving the Commodity or Service. The Purchaser’s authority to procure Commodities or services from other sources as herein specified shall not preclude the City’s exercise of any other remedies, including termination of the contract.

History

(Added by Ord. 156-99, File No. 990743, App. 6/2/99; amended by Ord. 187-04, File No. 040759, App. 7/22/2004)

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