Notice to proceed without sign contract

Is it correct that the project in charge issued first ( NTP ) notice to proceed letter stating that the contractor can begin work effective immediately while the cost proposal bids submitted by the contractor has been evaluated & reconciled after the project has been done without knowledge of the said contractor. is it correct that the contractor have the right to claim the exact amount that was stated on the proposal bids. even though no signed contract except NTP signed by the project in charge. because the client is now arguing and claiming that the contractor proposal bids is to high and expensive compare to the cost evaluation made by the client. how many percent in your opinion that the contractor can win in this case if the contractor bring this issue in court? hope we hear your free legal advice asap

ej_borja2006
Asked Jan 07, 2014
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kaira
Answered Jul 19, 2016

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