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The three agreements are supported by a set of standard forms that simplify the administration of the contract. All other documents are dated only as they are designed to be compatible across the editions of the primary documents. In addition to being a legal document the content has been structured as a checklist to administer the execution of the works and to minimise potential disagreement – to effectively use expensive man-hours of all the role players in a building project The Agreement is signed between the employer and the contractor – in conjunction with the Contract Data in which all contract variables are recorded, initially by the employer to solicit offers from contractors, and completed by the contractor and submitted as the form of tender.
For state contracts a separate form of tender in the CIDB format will have to be completed. The contractor specialist agent must highlight the subcontract performance criteria. The subcontractor must completes the remainder of the Contract Data detailing the type and value of Guarantees, the payment and adjustment of preliminaries, and the tender amount and the subcontractor’s details.
The employer appoints a Principal Agent to administer the contract and direct contractors appointed for specialised work and installations that will not fall within the contractor’s responsibilities or liabilities related to the works. The Agreement is dived into seven sections comprising 22 clauses.
Adjudication is an accelerated form of dispute resolution in which the adjudicator determines a dispute as an expert and not as an arbitrator. The State does not make use of this form of dispute resolution. This certificate records the handover of the site to the Contractor which is an act that is contractually significant and should be formally recorded. The waiving of the lien by the contractor is of contractual significance. The Guarantee for Construction form makes provision for a variable or fixed guarantee as selected by the Contractor.
Some form of collateral will be required by the provider of the guarantee. The guarantor’s maximum liability is stated. This is restricted to the payment of money on demand. The Guarantee for Construction form makes provision for a variable or fixed guarantee as selected by the subcontractor.
The form makes provision for a maximum aggregate amount being the Guaranteed Sum which is intended to cover the potential risk of default by the Employer. The guarantee is restricted to the payment of money on demand. The Guarantee for Construction form makes provision for a variable guarantee only.
The Payment Certificate form sets out all financial transactions between the parties – including the valuation of the work carried out to date, materials on and off site, expense or loss incurred by the employer or contractor, tax on such amounts and interest.
The Principal Agent must concurrently with the issue of a payment certificate to the contractor issue a Subcontractor’s Payment Notification to each subcontractor showing the amount included in the contactor’s Payment certificate due to the subcontractor. The Recovery Statement, which must be issued concurrently with the Payment Certificate by the Principal Agent, provides a record of items of expense or loss that are not part of the contract value.
These items include penalties and interest. The Recovery Statement, which must be issued concurrently with the Subcontractor’s Payment Advice by the Contractor, provides a record of items of expense or loss that are not part of the contract value. The Payment Certificate form sets out all financial transactions between the contractor and the subcontractor – including the valuation of the work carried out to date, materials on and off site, expense or loss incurred by the contractor or the subcontractor, tax on such amounts and interest The Contractor issues the Statement.
The Certificate, issued by the Principal Agent, covers Practical Completion of the Works as a whole as well as Sectional completions where applicable. The Certificate, issued by the Principal Agent, covers Final Completion of the Works as a whole as well as Sectional completions where applicable. The Agreement is made up of nine sections starting with the definitions of all the primary elements and phrases.
The next sections are ordered as closely as possible to the project execution sequence. The Agreement is designed to be used with or without bills of quantities and requires the associated Contract Data forms to be completed.
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The addendum requires the Contractor to provide the appropriate information to the Employer to complete the tender process. The addendum requires the Employer to provide the appropriate information to the Contractor for the Contractor to jbcc the tender. See Principal Building Agreement. The document covers both nominated and selected subcontractors and is modelled on the Principal Building Agreement with all common clauses retaining the same numbering.
Minor Works Agreement Code Edition 4. The Agreement is designed for use where the works are of a minor and simple nature. The Minor Works Agreement is suitable for use where the contractor is a small to medium enterprise and is not intended for use where the works are complex or where nominated or selected subcontractors are to be appointed.
Adjudication Rules Code August Form of Tender Code August The form sets out the primary Conditions for Tendering, the Tender Sum and the tenderer’s choice of Preliminaries and Security options.
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Site Possession Certificate Code August Waiver of Contractor’s Lien Code August The form makes provision for a construction guarantee in a variable or fixed form as selected by the Contractor.
Advance Payment Guarantee Code August The Payment Certificate is a standard form that provides for the setting out of all the financial elements due between the parties.
These include the valuation of the work carried out to date, materials on and off site, expense or loss incurred by the employer or contractor, dcouments on such amounts and interest. The Recovery Statement, which is issue simultaneously with the payment certificate, accounts for items of expense or loss that are not part of the contract value. The Jbc issues the Statement.