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Explanation: If you mean a list of points or problems that the contractor has to rectify before the client will accept the project as complete, this is known as a 'snagging list' (or a 'punch list' in the US). See also previous KudoZ question no. 164672 'mancolijst'. http://www.proz.com/kudoz/164672
A reference for 'snagging list':
-> "When preparing a “snagging list”, each individual defect has to be spotted and documented by contract managers in order for remedial work to be carried out before the handover of the completed scheme." http://www.talkingletters.co.uk/news.html
And a reference for 'punch list':
-> "Eliminate the punch list? Is it really possible? Wouldn’t it be great if your construction process could totally eliminate the punch list? With some clients it may be impossible. But, imagine a world where there were no unexpected surprises at the end of what you thought was a satisfactory project?" http://www.designbuildbusiness.com/COLUMNS/RESIDENTIAL-DESIG...