(n) delays caused by a subcontractor or supplier appointed by the architect in accordance with clause 29.2(6), despite the contractor`s justified objection, subject to clause 29.2.7); # While “completion date” may mean a deadline to be reached and “completion date” which may mean the date actually reached, “completion date” would rather mean “completion date”, based on the ordinary meaning of the term. Here it means the initial completion date or the extended completion date. This is why the term simplified actually complicates the use. Terms such as “original”, “contract”, “revised”, “expanded”, “effectively” or “certified” may need to be added to illustrate their meaning. # # Hadley v. Baxendale: “If two parties have entered into a contract that one of them has broken, the damages that the other party should receive for such an infringement should be considered just and reasonably  which, of course, are produced, that is, .