The Construction Claim for Extension of Time and Costs must also fully detail the Contractual Provisions relied upon. The Construction Claim should include contractual basis of the claim with regards to the delay events, issuance of notices, the entitlement to claim for an extension of time and, if applicable, entitlement to additional payment. Should the extension of time claim require a cut-off date as the project has not yet to be completed, the claim should state, for the avoidance of doubt that is INTERIM. This enables the claimant to update the claim and update the claimable costs in accordance with the Contract Conditions. CAS International will also set out the cost headings that are being claimed, for example Site Overheads, General Expenses, Indirect Costs. The claimed costs will be based upon time related costs and should be substantiated with evidence of the actual costs in attached appendices. The Society of Construction Law Delay and Disruption Protocol states that, unless specifically stated in the Contract, a claim for profit or loss of profit on other contracts, which the claimant maintains it was prevented from earning because of an Employer delay event, is generally not recoverable unless specifically stated in the Contract. The Quantum or Additional Costs section of the Extension of Time, in accordance with the whole of the claim and delay analysis, summarizes what extension of time and costs is being claimed under the provisions of Contract.