Default Clause

Default Clause

Definition

A standard clause in government contracts, the default clause allows the government to terminate a contract for default if the contractor fails to timely deliver or perform, fails to make progress in a way that endangers contract performance, or fails to perform in accordance with other material contract provisions.

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