In Boone Coleman Construction, Inc. v. The Village of Piketon, the defendant contracted for a roadway and improvements project and agreed to pay Boone $683,300 to complete the work. 50 N.E.3d 502 (Ohio 2016). The contract required substantial completion within 120 days and contained a liquidated damages provision that provided for the payment of $700 for each day beyond the substantial completion date. Boone did not complete the project until well over a year after a previously extended substantial completion date. Boone brought suit against Piketon alleging that it failed to pay money due under the contract, and Piketon counterclaimed for liquidated damages.
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