rectification costs

rectification costs

the cost of additional work which has to be performed in order to bring defective or damaged components or products up to standard. See QUALITY CONTROL.
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Rectification costs for design defects and protective indemnity for sub-consultant design professionals' negligence also are available in the coverage.
They notch up higher rectification costs -an average pounds 125 for women against pounds 516 for men -and injure themselves more than women (10 per cent against women's one per cent).
"These rectification costs charged by the manufacturers have risen," he said.